Lyndhurst’s play-based curriculum

Children learn individually and with others through play. We offer our children a play-based curriculum which meets all the requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum.

It supports all aspects of their learning and development. It encourages their in-built curiosity and desire to make sense of the world around them and helps them to discover that learning is interesting and fun.

This is vitally important if children are going to remain keen learners for the rest of their lives.

Play in a secure environment with effective adult support allows the children to explore, investigate and enjoy the learning experience.

We help them to practice and develop ideas, concepts and skills in a unique and non-threatening way, without fear of failure.

We deliver the early year’s (EYFS) curriculum in a number of ways, through:

 
Role play and
imaginative
opportunities
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Water, sand and
malleable
experiences

Stories, rhymes and songs

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Mark making

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Creative
workshops
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Outdoor
opportunities
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Exploring and
investigating
science
and nature
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Dance, music
and sensory
experiences

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Construction and
small world play
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Treasure baskets
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Large and fine
motor skills and
experiences
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Literacy and
numeracy skills
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