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Title: The Principles Of Early Years Foundation Stage

The Principles Of Early Years Foundation Stage
  • Kindergartens and Early Years providers are
    required to follow a structure of learning,
    development and care for children aged from birth
    to five years old.
  • This is known as the Early Years Foundation
    Stage and is the curriculum followed by the
    education providers
  • at one of the best nurseries in Dubai, that has
    also proven to enable the children to learn
    through a range of activities.

The first experience of a child
  • A childs experience in their first few years is
    crucial and it is very important to set them in
    environments where they will learn as much as
    they could. According the EYFS, all children aged
    under five should benefit from a safe, secure and
    happy environment in which they can play and
    develop themselves rapidly. The best nursery in
    Dubai strictly adheres to this requirement , in
    which your kids can grow to become strong and
    smart individuals who will be able to take up
    their formal education with creative approaches.

EYFS can help children by developing their social
skills and their capability to learn through
means of high quality child care
  • It is a reliable set of guidelines that helps
    teachers and professionals give your kids the
    best start and foundation that they need in life.
    The main principle of this EYFS is to let
    children play so as to have fun, make friends
    with children of all sorts of nationalities,
    ethnicities, races and walks of life, and
    understand about the world better around them.

  • The most fundamental part of EYFS is that the
    welfare and safety of the children should be
    ensured at all times. Parents of the children
    studying at the Kids Island Nursery are always
    given the reassurance that they provide the best
    of nurturing for their child, the best of safety
    and the most age appropriate environments in
    which they could have a lot of fun and learn a
    lot by arts and crafts, drama, exercise, dance
    and singing and quizzes.

  • It is also stresses on the importance of teachers
    and parents working very closely together so they
    could stay abreast on the welfare of the child
    and be involved deeply with the development of
    the childs process at the nursery and most
    importantly at home as well.

  •  According the EYFS, kids are expected to develop
    themselves by taking their own time and not
    forced to learn anything beyond their will. They
    are placed in an atmosphere that will trigger
    their sense of creativity, thoughts and wisdom
    and will be equipped with the general knowledge
    and common sense to approach real life challenges
    in a creative and fun manner.

The aim of EYFS is to help kids stay safe, enjoy
and achieve, make a positive contribution and
experience valuable outcomes such as being able
to set the standards for learning, developing,
enjoying and caring young children, eliminate all
traces of favouration, anti-discriminatory
practices and guaranteeing that all kids are
treated equally and advantaged the same way,
creating ways for teacher- parent partnerships so
that the welfare of the child is fully assessed,
improving the quality of the nursery by adhering
to a set of standards and laying the solid
foundation for future learning and development
based on the individual needs and interests of
each and every child by frequent assessments.