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Selhurst Nursery School 

 

Curriculum Leadership responsibilities 2019-2020

 

Our curriculum intent and implementation and the ways in which we measure impact reflect our community learning priorities within the Early Years Foundation Stage. The table below shows the curriculum leader for each of the prime and specific areas of learning and development.

 

Area of Learning and Development

 

Curriculum leader

Personal, Social and Emotional development

 

Neha Patel

Communication and Language

 

Paige Morgan

Physical Development

 

Neha Patel

Literacy

 

Paige Morgan

Mathematics

 

Neha Patel

Understanding the World

 

Paige Morgan

Expressive Arts and Design

 

Neha Patel

Our curriculum builds on the 7 areas of Learning and Development in the Early Years Foundation Stage framework. We seek to interpret and develop these in response to our community priorities through our intent, implementation and the ways in which we measure impact. 

We offer a range of services for young children and their families through our nursery schools and children’s centre provision, with a strong focus on early learning from the earliest days, including e.g. ‘babbling babies’, through toddler sessions to 2, 3 and 4-year-old nursery education places. Our provision includes Crosfield Rainbow Group which caters for 2, 3 and 4-year-old children with Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties and/or complex medical needs. We work in partnership with other Croydon Best Start services and actively contribute to multi-disciplinary support where this is appropriate.

We are forward thinking and innovative. Together, we have built strong and diverse teams where everyone shares in creating and delivering our vision for the realisation of high quality early years services.

 

More information about our vision and ethos is available in the PDF below

Selhurst Nursery School follows the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum.  

Selhurst Nursery School follows the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum.

The framework: sets the standards that all early years providers must meet to ensure that children learn and develop well ensures children are kept healthy and safe ensures that children have the knowledge and skills they need to start school.
This non-statutory guidance material supports practitioners in implementing the statutory requirements of the EYFS.
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