EYFS

 Vision for Early Years Foundation Stage at Holy Family Catholic Primary School

Children are born with a natural desire to explore and learn, we support them in this through creating a superb stimulating and enabling environment, both physical and emotional. Through planning, resourcing and organising various provocations and experiences we strive to create moments of magic and wonder.

Adults in our setting are passionate and positive practitioners building the most valuable relationships with the children and their carers, forming essential bonds with families at the start of their journey through school.

The children will experience a broad and varied curriculum, which inspires them and enables them to develop the capacity and love for learning, as well as providing them with a secure basis on which to build their confidence, manage their feelings and form relationships. Emphasis is placed on the importance of first-hand experiences and exploration in enabling children to learn about the world around them appropriate to their needs, interests and stages of development.

Parents and carers are actively involved in their child’s journey and they are invited and encouraged to be active participants in the provision.

Child-led learning in our setting allows children to thrive whilst making accelerated progress towards end of key stage outcomes. Each child’s progress is carefully observed, managed and enhanced by adults who engage and interact with them to support them to achieve outstanding outcomes.

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Latest News

Christingle Assembly

December 16th, 2019|0 Comments

Thank you to all our parents who came to join us for Christingle Assembly today. We hope you enjoyed it as much as we all did.

Jingle Jog

November 28th, 2019|0 Comments

Children from Class 3 and Class 4 visited Sherwood Pines this week to take part in the Bassetlaw School Sports, Jingle Jog. Each child was given a Santa hat to wear during a 2km run [...]

Author Mike Condon

November 26th, 2019|0 Comments

Thank you to everyone who bought ' The Boy Who Lost His Burp' during author Mike Cordons visit to school.  £100 was raised for the Special Care Baby Unit at Bassetlaw Hospital. Happy reading.

YR5 Perlethorpe Trip

October 9th, 2019|0 Comments

Y5 went back in time to the mid 1800’s where they lived in the shoes of a Victorian Child. They attended a Victorian School built by the Lord and Lady Manvers and experienced a typical [...]