Impact Statement

  • Children demonstrate high levels of engagement and motivation which allows them to become lifelong learners.
  • Children explore continuous provision in a much more meaningful way.
  • Children develop effective speaking and listening skills and are able to communicate effectively to both adults and children alike.
  • Children develop a wider sense of the world around them and can draw on these experiences during interactions with others and link this knowledge to any new learning that takes place.
  • Children develop a sense of self-awareness and become confident in their own abilities.
  • Children develop their characteristics of learning and are able to apply their knowledge to a range of situations.
  • Children are well prepared for the next stage in their school career (Key Stage 1).
  • Children are confident to take risks and are able to discuss what has gone well and areas of improvement and can say what they would do differently next time.
  • Children have a love of reading and can make personal links with the texts they have heard or read.

From their own starting points, children make good progress academically and socially, developing a sense of themselves so that they are well prepared for Key Stage 1.