Planning and the Role of the Nursery

In order to support learning and development through play we create a high quality curriculum for young children which :

  • provides opportunities to play alone, in pairs, in small groups and large groups
  • supports independence, interdependence, making choices and decisions
  • is relevant and rich in content
  • values and extends children’s ways of thinking, reasoning and understanding
  • helps children to acquire the tools for thinking, learning and playing and enables them to become successful learners
  • is culturally diverse and reflects the customs, culture and lifestyles of different ethnic groups
  • involves parents in the processes of playing and learning
  • Throughout the year, profiles are collated to be shared by you and your child in order to link the current experiences in the home.
  • At the end of each teaching plan, staff observations of children, their interests, reactions and their experiences will form the basis of an evaluation of the plan. This evaluation will help to indicate the content of the next teaching plan. Observations of the children will also help to record each child’s progress and achievement.
  • Staff prepare weekly and termly plans. The context within which the children will be working will be selected and the content of the learning/teaching experiences will be outlined in these plans. Information about learning experiences are shared with parents.

East Renfrewshire Council

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