Learning through play is vital to a Child’s future success. They need the opportunity to build their own self confidence through natural and unhindered exploration.Every Child will be respected and their individuality, pace and potential recognised, valued and nurtured.
Activities and the use of play equipment offer Children opportunities to develop in an environment free from prejudice and discrimination.
Equal opportunities will be given to Children to explore, acknowledge and value similarities and differences between themselves and others. They will be given the freedom to choose activities that fits their own interests.
Following the revised changes to the EYFS curriculum framework in 2012, relating to all children aged from birth to five. The curriculum offers learning through play approach in where children learn from their environments, effective resourcing, highly skilled and trained staff and well-planned educational programmes which enables each child to truly excel in their development. It is now recognised that a holistic approach is the best way to provide for children’s needs. This approachputs learning and development within the wider context of children’s welfare and wellbeing.
Through these experiences and play children: