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Curriculum

Curriculum

 

Reception

 

The early years foundation stage (EYFS) sets standards for the learning, development and care of your child in Reception.

Our aim is to deliver the breadth of the Early Years Curriculum through the children's interests. Our curriculum is child-led and responsive. We plan from day to day and identify where children need to go using a daily learning log. To look at the EYFS document please click on this link.       https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/early-years-foundation-stage-framework

 

It is an easy to use document which charts children's progress from 0-5 years. It is used in most pre-school and nursery settings and 

 

  • communication and language
  • physical development
  • personal, social and emotional development
  • literacy
  • mathematics
  • understanding the world
  • expressive arts and design

 

What will your child learn at school every day?

 

Our Foundation Teacher, Mrs Laws, will be led by the children's interests to plan each term around a topic. 

 

Click on the link below to view our topic web for Autumn Term 1

Click on the link below to view our topic web for Autumn Term 2

Creative Arts

 

We value the importance of the Creative Arts at Trinity and understand not only the educational benefits for your child’s learning but also the extended developments of spiritual, emotional, social, intellectual, aesthetic and creative skills for the child. If creativity is nurtured it creates happiness, health, a sense of self worth and wellbeing. 

 

The vision for Creative Arts at Trinity will encompasses music, dance, art, drama and expressive arts but also it will be a wider experience which relates to all areas of the curriculum and applied to every part of a child’s learning. Here’s what this will look like at Trinity;

 

Arts Awards: the arts awards are a unique set of awards that support children and young people on their creative journey. We will be offering Discover (an introductory awarded certificate) & Explore (national qualification) to every child.

• Music: we will deliver high quality music making across the curriculum with a emphasis on singing. This will include music making in the classroom with singing, drumming, percussion and ukuleles; whole class instrumental learning; ensembles and performing opportunities.

• Community Arts Events: we have a vision to provide an exciting array of arts events and workshops working alongside creative organisations and artists.

• Creative Spaces: we have dedicated creative spaces within the school to provide a nurturing and inspiring environment for creative learning and expression.

 

We are passionate about delivering the creative arts and making it accessible for everyone and will continue to invest in the development of creative opportunities for the future.

 

 

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