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EYFS

We follow the Early Years Foundation Stage standards and curriculum in nursery and use the framework to plan and track each child’s development.

The Early Years Foundation Stage Framework (EYFS) sets out the learning and development stages for children as they grow from birth to five years.

The EYFS is the way in which the child engages with other people and their environment- playing and exploring, active learning, creating and thinking critically- underpinning learning and development across all areas and supporting the child to remain an effective and motivated learner.

The prime areas begin to develop quickly in response to relationships and experiences. They run through and support learning in all areas. The prime areas continue to be fundamental throughout the EYFS. The specific areas include essential skills and knowledge that children learn as they grow.

The link for the Early Years Foundation Stage is available below.

http://Statutory framework for the early years foundation stage

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Healthy Eating

At Magik Out of School Club we recognise the importance of healthy eating, with growing concerns about childhood obesity its important children learn about eating well and being active. We will always encourage healthy eating, to help your children grow and thrive.  Children accessing wraparound care will be encouraged to try a vast range of healthy food during snack times.

Children may bring a healthy packed lunch or the option for a school lunch is available.

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FAQ’s

What age can my child start wraparound sessions?

Children can register for wraparound when they have had a nursery place confirmed.

How do I register?

Magik Out of School Club is located within St George’s Church of England Academy. Registration forms can be collected from the community room between the hours of 7:30-8:55 and 3:20-6:00. There is a fee of £10 to register your child at the club on return of the registration from.

 

 

Early Years Foundation Stage
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EYFS

We follow the Early Years Foundation Stage standards and curriculum in nursery and use the framework to plan and track each child’s development.

The Early Years Foundation Stage Framework (EYFS) sets out the learning and development stages for children as they grow from birth to five years.

The EYFS is the way in which the child engages with other people and their environment- playing and exploring, active learning, creating and thinking critically- underpinning learning and development across all areas and supporting the child to remain an effective and motivated learner.

The prime areas begin to develop quickly in response to relationships and experiences. They run through and support learning in all areas. The prime areas continue to be fundamental throughout the EYFS. The specific areas include essential skills and knowledge that children learn as they grow.

The link for the Early Years Foundation Stage is available below.

http://Statutory framework for the early years foundation stage

Healthy Eating
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Healthy Eating

At Magik Out of School Club we recognise the importance of healthy eating, with growing concerns about childhood obesity its important children learn about eating well and being active. We will always encourage healthy eating, to help your children grow and thrive.  Children accessing wraparound care will be encouraged to try a vast range of healthy food during snack times.

Children may bring a healthy packed lunch or the option for a school lunch is available.

FAQ'S
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FAQ’s

What age can my child start wraparound sessions?

Children can register for wraparound when they have had a nursery place confirmed.

How do I register?

Magik Out of School Club is located within St George’s Church of England Academy. Registration forms can be collected from the community room between the hours of 7:30-8:55 and 3:20-6:00. There is a fee of £10 to register your child at the club on return of the registration from.

 

 

We work alongside the school nursery unit offering 15 hours of wraparound care for children attending the school nursery.

The 15 hours of childcare can be spread out over the week to offer four 8:45am-12:30pm sessions or four 11:45am-3:30pm sessions, this is dependent on which nursery session your child attends.

If you are eligible, the Extended Entitlement for Working Parents can be applied for. This offers 30 hours of government funded childcare per week.

To see if you are eligible please visit https://www.gov.uk/30-hours-free-childcare

 

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If you are interested in registering your child with us, please contact us here.

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Why choose West Park Day Nursery Clubs?

  • Our Clubs are all situated within schools for your convenience.
  • Fantastic out of school care and stimulating activities for all.
  • We have a dedicated team that are fully qualified and are all DBS checked and Paediatric First Aid Trained.