Curriculum

We fully embrace the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), whilst also enjoying the freedom to implement fresh and creative approaches which are foundations for future learning. Our flexible and innovative approaches to teaching and learning ensure children become confident, rounded individuals who are eager and capable learners.

There is no doubt that children benefit enormously from shared social experiences, and the progress of each pupil in this and all other areas is monitored closely. This enables us to keep parents fully informed and to plan carefully for the future.

The diverse cultural mix of families and the team at AOR enhances the depth of our early Years the curriculum offer and engages children in the local community and environment. With children from wide ranging back grounds our expert team promote strong  partnership with families and focus on promoting  knowledge and understanding, confidence in  communication and the skills children will need to prepare them for the next stage in their education.

What’s Happening?

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- 1 hour ago

@Ashbridge2to3: Ladybirds were in the forest today and they were peeling bark, using some fantastic fine motor skills and hand strength. The peeled sticks became all sorts of things, including a telephone which was used to call people. #forestschool #ThisIsNotAStick https://t.co/mAeYbl6yLh
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- 3 hours ago

@AshbridgeAteli1: Today felt like an upside down sort of day, so this morning in the atelier badgers have been drawing upside down. @BadgersAshbrid1 https://t.co/g5JyDuLmsW
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- 3 hours ago

@AshbridgeMaxy: Can you grow stick flowers in the tray? We are using loose material to count and design flowers on our fairy garden tray. #atelier #number #mathsinatray #thursdaymorning #counting @NDNAtalk #eytalking #turntaking #EYMatters https://t.co/31aLNYPqLg
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- 3 hours ago

@ArthurWood4: Year 4 have created a river system in Outdoor Education today. They are investigating the journey of a river to the sea. https://t.co/cQVImmxE8K
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- 3 hours ago

@MissSeaton: Using our imagination in the forest. What could our sticks be? A key, a snowflake and a fishing rod! https://t.co/bhIPyXkGIK
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