EYFS at Christ the King School
The curriculum in the early years at Christ the King is designed to provide a broad and balanced education that meets the needs of all pupils. It facilitates them to gain the skills, knowledge and understanding, as they start out on their educational journey, supporting them to progress from their individual starting points and preparing them for the next stage of their education.
Our ethos in is to support children’s personal, social and emotional development so that they feel safe and secure and are ready to learn and it is our intention for all the children within our care to become independent and collaborative learners.
The curriculum celebrates diversity and supports the pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. Those children with particular needs, including SEND, are supported appropriately allowing them to be successful. It is the role of the setting to help the children experience the awe and wonder of the world through the seven areas of learning, setting ambitious expectations for all children.
We want our children to:
• Have a positive, confident attitude to learning. They are both physically and emotionally ready to learn.
• Show initiative, ask questions and are prepared to use a variety of ways to learn.
• Be curious and able to learn from their mistakes and can describe their progress
• Be prepared to persevere and stay involved in their learning, even when difficult
• Help each other and work collaboratively.