The Early Years Curriculum at Daubeney
Your child will be learning skills, acquiring new knowledge and demonstrating their understanding through seven areas of learning and development.
There are three prime areas that are embedded in everything we do:
- Communication and Language
- Physical Development
- Personal, Social and Emotional Development
These life skills are essential to healthy development and future learning and lead on to the four specific areas:
- Understanding the World
- Expressive Arts and Design
The Early Years at Daubeney will provide an environment that is safe, happy, warm, stimulating, challenging and fun. Our holistic approach ensures children become confident, inspired and independent learners who love to play, co-operate and explore with their friends.
You will sign a permission slip at the beginning of the school year for all of the subsequent trips.
Before your child starts school, they will be given their own book bag. We don’t assign homework but will change their books regularly. We will also occasionally give out home learning packs and activities too.
Every child in the school is in a team colour. You will find out your team colour in September. Children wear white PE tops that can be bought from the Trutex uniform shop.
Being School Ready!
Starting school is an exciting and nervous time for children and parents! Talk to your child about their feelings about starting in September. Help your child become more independent with dressing and talk about personal hygiene.
Extended Day Care
Breakfast club is from 7.45am and costs £6.50 a day; extended day goes to 5.45pm (5pm Friday) and costs £6.50 per hour. The Early Years have their own dedicated Daubeney staff members and all activities take place inside the nursery building. Please visit our Extended Day care page to register your interest and secure a place.
The school uniform is available from the Trutex shop on Broadway Market or available through your online Scopay account. Children should wear black shoes, grey or black trousers or skirt, school polo shirt and a red Daubeney V-neck sweatshirt or cardigan. Children should not wear jewellery, but if they have pierced ears, small studs are allowed.
A full list of uniform requirements can be found on our Uniform page.
Settling into Reception
The first day of school for Reception children will Monday 5th September 2022, the following letter includes additional information for the settling in week.