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Three children play with wooden building blocks

Child Development at Millington Road Nursery School

Millington Road Nursery School follows the Early Years Foundation Stage. The framework consists of seven areas of learning and development and all of these are important and inter-connected. Three areas, Communication and Language; Physical and Personal, Social and Emotional Development are known as the prime areas and are important for promoting children’s curiosity and enthusiasm for learning. The other four, Literacy, Mathematics, Understanding the World and Expressive Arts and Design are known as the specific areas.

The ways a child engages with the environment and others - playing and exploring, active learning and creating and thinking critically – underpin their learning and development across all areas. These Characteristics of Effective Learning support the child in remaining an effective and motivated learner. At Millington Road we are keen to work in partnership with Parents to support every child’s learning. This commitment is represented in our approach to learning, in the development of Child Profiles and in the use of Trackers.

Millington Road Nursery School tree branch image
Three children play with wooden building blocks
Millington Road Nursery School tree branch image
Three children play with wooden building blocks
Millington Road Nursery School tree branch image
Three children play with wooden building blocks

Child Development at Millington Road Nursery School

Millington Road Nursery School follows the Early Years Foundation Stage. The framework consists of seven areas of learning and development and all of these are important and inter-connected. Three areas, Communication and Language; Physical and Personal, Social and Emotional Development are known as the prime areas and are important for promoting children’s curiosity and enthusiasm for learning. The other four, Literacy, Mathematics, Understanding the World and Expressive Arts and Design are known as the specific areas. The ways a child engages with the environment and others - playing and exploring, active learning and creating and thinking critically – underpin their learning and development across all areas. These Characteristics of Effective Learning support the child in remaining an effective and motivated learner. At Millington Road we are keen to work in partnership with Parents to support every child’s learning. This commitment is represented in our approach to learning, in the development of Child Profiles and in the use of Trackers.

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Two children play with wooden building blocks

Child development at Millington Road Nursery School

Millington Road Nursery School follows the Early Years Foundation Stage. The framework consists of seven areas of learning and development and all of these are important and inter-connected. Three areas, Communication and Language; Physical and Personal, Social and Emotional Development are known as the prime areas and are important for promoting children’s curiosity and enthusiasm for learning. The other four, Literacy, Mathematics, Understanding the World and Expressive Arts and Design are known as the specific areas. The ways a child engages with the environment and others - playing and exploring, active learning and creating and thinking critically – underpin their learning and development across all areas. These Characteristics of Effective Learning support the child in remaining an effective and motivated learner. At Millington Road we are keen to work in partnership with Parents to support every child’s learning. This commitment is represented in our approach to learning, in the development of Child Profiles and in the use of Trackers.

Two children arranging the contents of a tow truck





Two children arranging the contents of a tow truck