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19/03/20

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15/03/20

World Class teaching led by Shirin Sheikh-Bahai https://t.co/1FnKRsOWc5

13/03/20

Our Science Workshop 🧪 https://t.co/cMQ73DngKg

13/03/20

Wow look at those bubbles! 🧪 https://t.co/8PYNcn66FK

13/03/20

It is National Science Week 🧪 https://t.co/R51hZQkYWy

12/03/20

At HPAPL our artists/designers are encouraged to choose and explore resources/material during their art lessons. Creativity has been flowing this week. https://t.co/mMOpi7BHGM

10/03/20

Last half term Y2 looked closely at the artist Paul Cezanne and his fruit paintings. They then produced some amazing watercolour apples and oranges of their own! https://t.co/s0OF3iEZSf

05/03/20

What an amazing World Book Day we have had here at HPAPL! 📕😀 https://t.co/idjwuTejzH

05/03/20

Retweetd From World Book Day UK 📚

Why do YOU love ? ❤️ https://t.co/A780iNFGnQ

05/03/20

World Book day at HPAPL! https://t.co/FA1UdGKUoZ

05/03/20

Amazing😀

05/03/20

Corona Virus Update: Any urgent announcements reagrding the corona virus can be found in a flash announcement on the school website and will also be tweeted. All non urgent updates will be shared in the weekly newsletter: https://t.co/LPQB4IoWyr

05/03/20

Retweetd From iryna zhuravlyova

Here she is ❤️ Sasha ❤️ world book day ❤️ https://t.co/UoEmyNFCiy

05/03/20

Happy World Book Day All📕😀🎉 https://t.co/8ww6PHEAEg

05/03/20

Retweetd From World Book Day UK 📚

Happy everyone! 📚 Here's to a whole day dedicated to sharing stories and promoting reading for pleasure. Plus we need you all to help us reach our goal to SHARE A MILLION STORIES, so grab a book and let's get the nation reading together from breakfast to bedtime 🙌 https://t.co/3D508X1iP9

04/03/20

Retweetd From Jim Smith

Oh wow! This is so amazing! Well done everyone!

04/03/20

Our students were inspired by our visit from (Jim Smith) last year. Lots of characters roaming around in our newly displayed ‘Barry Loser Town’. What do you think? https://t.co/xbHmZ4gWEZ

04/03/20

Congratulations to Sasha in Yr1 for taking part in World Book Day campaign! We are extremely proud! https://t.co/XX8MtLeMHA

03/03/20

Our pupils have been busy buying their new books this week! I wonder what books will be available next week!!? 📚 📖 https://t.co/uud5C2P7Rr

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Early Years Foundation Stage

At HPAPL be believe young children are entitled to high quality early years education and care. This is fundamental to their well being and development and lays the foundations on which later learning and success can be built. 

Our team of Early Years Educators consists of our EYFS Leader, Lead Nursery Teacher and our NNEB qualified support staff.  Our principals and practice are based on the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS),  a  statutory framework that sets the standards that all Early Years providers must meet to ensure that children learn and develop well and are kept healthy and safe.

Our  Early Years Foundation Stage Team aims to:

  •  provide  high quality care and education where  all our children can flourish and achieve
  • ensure our Foundation Stage provision puts the young child and  their family at the heart of the learning process
  • advocate  appropriate early years practice which recognises the importance of the child’s stage of development and has high expectations for all children to reach their potential
  • understand and apply our knowledge of how young children develop and learn

Life is full of changes and transitions: this can be exciting and positive or worrying and difficult, especially for young children starting school or nursery. We take pride in supporting our individual children and their families in a sensitive and thoughtful way through this process as they join us in the nursery, reception and as they  move into Year 1.

Our Early Years Free Entitlement (EYFE)  for two, three and four year olds allocation is listed below for your information.

                Number of Planned Early Education Places

No of Places

I plan to offer early years free entitlement  for two-year-olds (15 hours)

 

      0

I plan to offer early years free entitlement  for three-and four-year-olds (15 hours)

     24

I plan to offer extended free entitlement – 30 hours

     12

Parent Feedback

We love to hear from our parents/carers, it helps us to know what is working well and what we need to improve. Below are some of the comments we have recently recently in our EYFS survey relating to Tapestry:

 - "Tapestry is excellent. It's so lovely seeing what he gets up to during the day. The email reminders are good...to update the tool."

  - "I think it's great that the teachers invite parents to make uploads on Tapestry on a weekly basis including a theme/suggestion."

 - "Very good system, I enjoy reading the comments and looking at the photos."

 - "I love reading observations on Tapestry. I really appreciate the teachers hard work. It helps me a lot to see how my son thinks and communicates with other people."

 - "I like the way [Tapestry] is used in Reception to set practical homework activities. Which involves spending time with ch/practical activities/getting out and about."

 

Nursery Tours

We are pleased to be able to offer nursery tours for prospective parents who wish to apply to our nursery. These will take place on

 - Wednesday 6th March at 1.30pm

 - Wednesday 24th April at 1.30pm

 

Early Years Team

 

**DOCUMENTS BELOW DATED 30 APRIL 2018 RELATE TO 'EARLY WRITERS' PARENT WORKSHOP