At Tiny Toes we understand that all children have different learning styles and learn best in different ways, that’s why we plan for each child as an individual not as a group. Linking our children’s interest to the early years foundation stage and the characteristics of effective learning we aim to give children the very best start in life building the foundation to future learning and development.
The curriculum we follow is the Early years foundation stage, this curriculum focuses on a child’s personal, social, emotional development, their communication and language and physical development whilst also focusing on mathematics, literacy, expressive arts and design and understanding the world.
We aim to ensure that each child:
We plan a variety of child-led, child initiated and adult lead activities. Young children develop and learn best when they are provided with a stimulating environment that is equipped to meet the child’s needs, interests and their developmental stages.
Each child is given a key person, the key persons role is to observe and extend learning and development through carefully planning for each individual child, interacting with children and building a bond with key children and their families. The child’s interest is the biggest influence in our planning, we ensure children’s next steps are linked to their current interest.
The Annexe Freemasons Hall, Knole Road, Bournemouth, Dorset, BH1 4DH