- Personal, social and emotional development
Children learn how to play co-operatively, share and take turns. They develop a positive sense of themselves and are excited and motivated to learn.
Children will become skillful communicators and interact with others. They will listen to stories and be encouraged to ask 'how' and 'why' questions about their experiences.
- Communication and language
Children develop control and co-ordination in large and small movements. They will learn the importance of good health, a healthy diet and how to keep safe.
Focuses on children learning to read and write.
Children begin to understand numbers, shape, space and measure and learn mathematical language such as size, position, quantity, weight, distance, time and money.
Children will explore living things, places, objects and materials in order to observe similarities and differences and changes in the environment.
- Expressive arts and design
Activities are provided that allow children to sing songs, make music, dance and experiment with colour, design, texture, form and function.