Early Years - Foundation Stage

Our teaching is gently paced and not over powering so your
child should adjust easily to the new challenges ahead.

At Winston House we realise that choosing your child's first school is a major decision that must be right for both you and your child.

With this in mind teaching is gently paced and not over powering. Your child should therefore adjust easily to the new challenges ahead.

Children may begin in the nursery from the age of three. Here we aim to develop basic skills of numeracy, language and literacy but also encourage the children to socialise and interact in group activities and tasks.

We feel it is important at this stage to work on enhancing concentration levels in the children. Various exercises are used to help children progress through the early years into primary education.

Both our nursery and reception classes aim to be stimulating but stable and will ease your children into the demands of school life and the learning process.;

We follow the Early Years Foundation Stage to include the seven areas of learning and development:

  • Communication and Language
  • Physical Development
  • Personal, Social and Emotional Development
  • Literacy
  • Mathematics
  • Understanding The World
  • Expressive Arts and Design


We are registered for Early Years Funding.