EARLY YEARS FOUNDATION STAGE

Your Child's First Steps Into A Wider World


Foundation Stage (FS) is often the first formal education a child undertakes and our teachers are very sensitive to the fact that children are not always used to the school routine.

 

Our teaching is based on the 2014 English National Foundation Stage curriculum and is delivered through a multi-sensory, play-based approach. 

 

We maximise our wonderful school grounds which act as an extension of the classroom to expand the range of activities students may access on a daily basis.

The Early Years Foundation Stage (Nursery and Reception) has 7 areas of learning and development:

 

  • Personal, Social and Emotional Development

  • Communication and Language

  • Physical Development

  • Literacy

  • Mathematics

  • Understanding the World

  • Expressive Arts and Design

 

These areas of learning and development are explored through topics such as 'My World' and 'Friendship'. The teachers play a key role in providing children with a safe, secure feeling at school, which helps them to thrive.

 

For more information on the English National Curriculum, please visit:  The UK Government's website.

 
Early Years Foundation Stage Teachers

Ms. Sarah McGahan, Nursery Teacher

Mrs. Nakete Pallangyo, Nursery Teacher

Miss Emma Slater, Reception Teacher

1/4

© 2019 Kennedy House International School

Usa River,

Tanzania,

PO Box 350

Tel: +255 (0) 689119788

office@kennedyhouseschool.org

FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK and INSTAGRAM:

  • w-facebook
  • Facebook
  • Instagram