Skip to content ↓









At St Michael’s Church School, our Early Years curriculum is designed to provide a broad and balanced education that meets the needs of all pupils. It facilitates them to gain the skills, knowledge and understanding, as they start out on their educational journey, supporting them to progress from their individual starting points and preparing them for the next stage of their education.

Our ethos in Early Years is to support children’s personal, social and emotional development so that they feel safe and secure and are ready to learn.

Through the seven areas of learning we provide topics that excite and engage children. Our topics are based around core books, which are used as the building blocks for learning. We spend time planning and resourcing high quality learning opportunities that link to our core texts and build on the children’s own interests and develop their experiences of the world around them. We recognise that all children come into our setting with varied experiences and all staff work hard to ensure that the learning opportunities provided widen their knowledge and understanding of the world, setting ambitious expectations for all children.

The curriculum celebrates diversity and supports the pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. Those children with particular needs, including SEND, are supported appropriately allowing them to be successful.


Please click on images for curriculum overview:

Development Matters and Early Learning Goals
Communication & Language
   Expressive Art & Design
   Personal, Social and Emotional Development
  Physical Development
  Understanding of the World
EYFS Summary




   Mrs Daulton