Our Early Years Curriculum is a carefully planned learning experience with the aim to lay a secure foundation for future learning. We aim to provide our children with knowledge, skills and experiences in a hands on, holistic way so that all learning is embedded in a meaningful context. We do this through a personalised, flexible curriculum that allows children to be present in the moment and see and experience the wonders of nature and the world through their own eyes. We engage children in learning from the very start and expect our children to leave us as happy, confident and skilful communicators who are curious about the world around them. We want them to thrive and be prepared with the skills and and passion to educate themselves throughout the rest of their lives. It is our intention to provide a communication rich curriculum which develops language, specifically teaches vocabulary and fosters a love for reading whilst filling the children’s hearts and minds with a sense of incredible awe and wonder.
Our Curriculum and ethos is built upon a culture of curiosity through magical moments, a carefully planned enabling environment full of rich learning opportunities and clear connects with nature and the wonders of the great outdoors.
We believe that the outdoors is the best place for children to learn. The natural world is a magical learning environment that enables children to be natural born scientists and inquisitive learners. Their instinct to investigate, explore and make sense of their world is nurtured by a wide range of outdoor learning spaces,an unlimited supply of open-ended natural resources and adults who are seen as Co-Discoverers, encouraging children’s inquisitiveness.
We aim to create a nurturing, safe and caring community which fosters a strong sense of belonging and self-worth. By listening to children, developing their communication skills and giving them the time and freedom they need, we aim to develop their own character, personal development whilst developing curious thinkers! We believe that if all children can become effective communicators and learners, this will prepare them for future success.