Role Play at Chesham Prep

EYFS Curriculum

There are 7 areas of learning and development that comprise the curriculum framework. These areas however cannot be delivered in isolation; they are all equally important and depend upon one another to support a rounded approach to a child’s learning and development.

Children should initially develop the 3 prime areas of communication and language, physical and personal social and emotional development. This will then enable and support a child’s ability to develop skills in the 4 specific areas of literacy, mathematics, understanding of the world and expressive arts and design.

Assessment also forms a vital role in the delivery of the early year’s curriculum. Children are continuously observed both to inform future planning and to enable staff to record each child’s personal development in their learning journeys.

All 7 areas are used to plan the children’s and activities to ensure that every child has the opportunity to reach his or her full and unique potential.

In the EYFS, all members of staff know and care for each child very well.  Their high expectations are responded to enthusiastically by the children.

ISI Report 2016
Chesham Preparatory School
Open Mornings 9th and 12th March 2022

We look forward to welcoming you and your family to our wonderful school on either Wednesday 9th or Saturday 12th March.  There will be tours of the school and the opportunity to speak to our class teachers and specialist teachers as you go round.

“This is a real community school that lives up to its promise of making learning fun, and the results speak for themselves.” The Good Schools Guide 2020/21.

“With the belief that happy children learn best, Chesham Prep is proud that 60 per cent of pupils qualify for highly competitive local grammar school places.” Tatler Schools Guide 2022

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