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Planning for the Foundation Stage
It is essential that there is close co-operation between nursery and reception colleagues in order that children have their previous achievements recognised and valued and experience continuity and progression in their learning.
Young children need a well-planned and resourced curriculum to take their learning forward and to provide opportunities for all children to succeed in an atmosphere of care and of feeling valued.
Learning to Live .... Living to Learn - a document produced by practitioners outlines the needs of young children in the foundation stage.
The Practitioners have produced topic plans with a bank of ideas for use in the Foundation Stage; the plans build on and develop children's interests and experiences.
New planning guidelines for Reception teachers
Reception planning - introduction | The plans | Planning examples |
Practitioners are grouped in 6 areas in line with Hackney’s Children’s Centre plans and meet regularly to share ideas. To find out how they are organised, plese clik on the links below.
Group A | Group B | Group C | Group D | Group E | Group F |