In the early years a child’s early experiences are mostly provided by the family within the home.
The Sound Foundations Report (2014) highlights three important aspects for practitioners to consider which will enable genuine engagement with families. It points out that a family’s cultural differences and their life priorities need to be respected in all aspects of planning and implementation of the EYFS.
This ‘triangle of care’ can provide the well-being that enables very young children to cope with separations and changes in routines.
At Beech Tree we (when not under current COVID restrictions) hold regular open mornings for our children to show their families their learning environment and to meet their friends. This is also a chance for families to spend time with their child's key person and look at their child's learning journey.
If you would like to discuss how we can work better together then contact us here.
Beech Tree Childcare
Roundstone Lane (within the grounds of Worthing Rugby Club)
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