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    Hello and welcome to the Early Years Foundation Stage at Moat House Primary.

    The Foundation Stage consists of two Nursery classes (one morning session which runs from 8:30am to 11:30am and one afternoon session which runs from 12:30pm to 3:30pm) and two Reception classes.

    Each Nursery session has 26 places. Our Reception is currently 60 place and this is organised into two registration classes and these are supported by three early years practitioners.



    Mrs Machin

    Nursery Teacher

    Mrs ElmsNursery Teacher

    Miss Redfern

    Nursery Nurse

    Miss Renshaw

    Reception Teacher - Phase Leader

    Mrs Payne

    Reception Teacher

    Miss Wetton

    Nursery Nurse

    Miss O'Donnell Teaching Assistant
    Miss O'FarrellTeaching Assistant 
    Miss BhekaTeaching Assistant 
    Mrs HandleyTeaching Assistant
    Mrs OkurowskaTeaching Assistant
    Miss HandleyTeaching Assistant
    Mrs EdwardsTeaching Assistant
    Miss RudnickaTeaching Assistant Apprentice



    What is the Early Years Foundation Stage?

    The Early Years Foundation Stage is the period of a child’s education from birth to five years. There is a strong emphasis on learning through play, both child initiated and planned play. The curriculum is delivered through a combination of whole class activities, adult led focused activities and child initiated activities.


    At Moat House we believe that childhood is a time of play, and through play we discover the excitement of learning, the rewards of achievement, and acquire our life skills. Our Foundation Stage, with its well planned, bright, colourful, stimulating environment encourages the children in the development of skills, attitudes and understanding that will help them to live full satisfying lives and become confident, useful, active members of a diverse and constantly changing society.

     It is through this process that the children work towards, achieve and in some cases exceed the Early Learning Objectives as set out in the Early Years Foundation Stage Profile reported at the end of the Foundation Stage.

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