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EARLY LEARNING

Early Learning


Our curriculum for the 2-3 year old takes into account the guidelines from the Scottish Executive “Pre-Birth to Three” which promotes effective practice through:


• Relationships
• Responsive Care
• Respect
• Rights of the Children


Recent national guidelines published titled Building the Ambition focuses on children’s earliest years and sets the context for high quality early learning and childcare and is linked closely to Pre-Birth to Three and Curriculum for excellence. By using these guidelines to inform our practice we will ensure that staff offers high quality interactions and experiences in a nurturing and caring environment which supports children to develop and learn in the following areas.

Emotional Personal and Social
• A Sense of Self
• Building Relationships
• Respect for Others
• Independence Skills
Communication and Language
• Listening and Responding
• Communication and Talking
• Becoming Familiar with Print
• Representation
Discovery and Understanding of the World
• Investigating How Objects Move, Behave and Change
• Exploring the Immediate Environment
• Discovering the Wider World
Physical Development and Movement
• Control of Large Movement
• Control of Small Movement
Creative Development
• Art
• Imaginative Play
• Music
 

BUILDING THE AMBITION

WELLBEING


Emotional Personal and Social
• A Sense of Self
• Building Relationships
• Respect for Others
• Independence Skills
Physical Development and Movement
• Control of Large Movement
• Control of Small Movement

CURIOSITY, ENQUIRY & CREATIVITY

Discovery and Understanding of the World
• Investigating How Objects Move, Behave and Change
• Exploring the Immediate Environment
• Discovering the Wider World
Creative Development
• Art
• Imaginative Play
• Music

COMMUNICATION

Communication and Language
• Listening and Responding
• Communication and Talking
• Becoming Familiar with Print
• Representation

ENVIRONMENT

Provide a clean, spacious and stimulating environment.
An evironment which encourages all round learning and development.
Access to high quality resources.
Support interactions with adults and peers.
Acess to outdoors.

ADULTS ROLE & REPSONSIBILITYS

Build relationships-keyworker with parent and child.
Support childs needs
Plan and implement learning experiences to meet the child's needs.
To reflect and share practice
To identify childs progress and next steps.

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