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1 Welcome to Reception "We worry about what a child will become tomorrow, yet we forget that he is someone today."

2 Overview Themes this year Planning Teaching The Early Years Foundation Profile and what it looks like in practice Assessment

3 But first… Let’s get your brains working!

4 Question: Is the corner concave or convex? Use your palm to cover the upper half of the picture and the corner will be bulged out. However, if you cover the lower half, then it will seem as the inner corner. Amazing.

5 50% of a person's ability to learn is developed in the first four years of life. On average, a 4-year-old child asks 437 questions a day. “Children are the world's most valuable resource and its best hope for the future” - John F Kennedy

6 All about me My Family Where I Live Where I belong My Body Super Senses Keeping Healthy Likes /Dislikes Superheroes Plants and Growing Life Cycles Minibeasts Animals Travel / Journeys Transport Food Materials Places of Interest Our Local Environment Life in different Countries People who help us Jobs we do Fantasy People Past / present Clothes we wear Similarities and Differences Moving on / Growing Up AutumnSpringSummer Super Me Our WorldPeople FestivalsSeasons Stories/ Rhymes Themes for the year

7 Autumn Term

8 September 2012 Curriculum Increased expectations in writing, reading and maths. Most noticeable changes - numbers to 20 instead of 10, writing sentences read by themselves and others. Reporting to parents end of year results in Reception.

9 The EYFS Curriculum

10 End of Year Assessment

11 Planning Entry Profiles. All about me activities. Target Tracker Planning from Development Matters to allow for individual needs.

12 Maths

13 Teaching Every child is different and have different needs/interests the early years foundation stage caters for this. Children take ownership of their learning.

14 Teaching and Learning Child initiated activities Adult Led activities Daily 15/20min phonic session Daily maths session Weekly PE, Circle Time session,Show and Tell ICT in all areas Daily input for handwriting 1:1 reading/High Frequency Words Story time Celebrations and Festivals Intervention groups

15 What the EY’s Framework Says! Each area of learning and development must be implemented through planned, purposeful PLAY and through a mix of adult-led and child-initiated activity. Play is essential for children’s development, building their confidence as they learn to explore, to think about problems, and relate to others.

16 The Curriculum in Practice

17 Managing feelings and behaviours Making relationships Self confidence and self awareness Personal, Social and Emotional Development

18 Physical Development Health and Self Care Fine Motor skills Moving and Handling Using equipment and materials

19 Understanding Speaking Communication and Language Listening and attention

20 Literacy Writing Reading Linking sounds and letters

21 Mathematics PatternsProblem solving Shape, Space and Measure Sharing Numbers Calculating

22 Understanding the World Exploration and investigation Designing and Making The World ICT People and Communities

23 Imagination and Role Play Expressive Arts and Design Exploring and using media materials Being Imaginative

24 Assessment Short/Long observations Parent Observations WOW moments Adult Led Activities Carpet/circle times Learning Journeys - photographs and videos Early Years Profile

25 Our Partnership

26 Open Door Policy Communication Books Ladybird/Butterfly Newsletter Reading/High Frequency Words/ Phonic Homework Open Morning/Parents Evening Parent Volunteers

27 Parent Observations Parent Observation Today on our walk home Alice recognised the numbers 3, 5 and 7 on the doors of houses on the street George told me that he had been learning about being kind this week. He said being kind is important and we should look after everyone

28 Wow Moments WOW Today Alfie rode a bike without stabilizers for the first time. We were really impressed! Today Sarah read cat for the first time, she was so proud of herself

29 Summary Delivery of curriculum Every child is different “It’s a happy talent to know how to play”. Parent Partnership "Free the child's potential, and you will transform him into the world." Maria Montessori

30 Thank you


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