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Last reviewed on 18 October 2018
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School types: All · School phases: Nursery, Primary

See how primary schools like yours cover the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) in their SIPs.

Maintained schools

The SIP from St Alban's Church of England (CofE) Primary and Nursery School in Camden has a section on the EYFS. It sets out 'headline' goals including:

  • To develop the teaching of writing and reading in the EYFS to ensure higher outcomes
  • To continue to develop the use of the outside space for continuous provision and adult led opportunities with a particular focus on the nursery
  • To involve children and parents in assessing children’s learning

SIP 2016/17, St Alban's Primary and Nursery School (Adobe pdf file) 

The richness and diversity of the curriculum to be based on accurate assessment of children's learning, interests, backgrounds and development. This will be key to their children's early success and keenness to engage in learning The quality of phonic and early maths teaching

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