Session Structure


We believe that children learn through play and we organise our resources and activities to encourage children to follow their own particular interests whilst covering all areas of learning in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS);


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

If you would like to know more about the EYFS please ask a member of staff or look at the Department for Education website ( and follow the ‘Early learning and childcare’ link.

Children over three years old have the opportunity to do PE.  We are fortunate to have the use of Fringford School hall for a PE session on Wednesday morning.  This is an excellent opportunity for those children who will be moving on to Fringford School to become familiar with the building and some of the staff.  Children do not need special clothing for this session, although as we do PE barefoot it is preferable not to wear tights/complicated footwear.

When possible, for those children who will be moving to other schools we like to encourage teachers to comes and visit the children in our setting.

Key Worker Approach

Each child is assigned a member of staff as their key worker whose role is to maintain contact with you and build a positive relationship with your child, enabling them to feel secure at playgroup; the key worker also puts together your child’s ‘learning journey’ (profile) documenting their activities and achievements.  Should you have information to share, any concerns or questions please discuss them with your key worker or with the Supervisor or Deputy.