Barton Turn, Barton Under Needwood,
Burton on Trent DE13 8EB Tel.01283 712112
Our Devotion to your Childs Development

At Bright Beginnings Day Nursery we work to the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) this is a comprehensive statutory framework that sets the standards of learning, development and care of children from birth to five.
This legal document outlines our obligations as a provider.

Children are born ready, able and eager to learn. They actively reach out to interact with other people, and in the world around them. Development is not an automatic process, however. It depends on each unique child having opportunities to interact in positive relationships and enabling environments.

The EYFS has four themes: A Unique Child, Positive Relationship, Enabling Environments and Learning and Development. Each theme has an overarching Principle.

At Bright Beginnings we use observations of the children to help us to find out about their needs, what they are interested in and what they can do.
We note children's responses in different situations and assess each observation and highlight the children's achievements and learn where their need is for further support. (i.e. next steps)

Individual Children's Folders

Every child will have their own individual development file called 'MY LEARNING JOURNEY' to monitor their progress and development whilst at our nursery, this will be available for you to see at any time. It will include photographs (with permission), work produced, and observations. We like to involve parents/carers as part of the ongoing observation and assessment process and work in partnership with you.
We work in partnership with schools to ensure a smooth transition. Each child's file will be used to form the base assessment on transition into reception when your child leaves us. This record can then be kept as a memory of their time with us here at Bright Beginnings Day Nursery Ltd.
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Statutory Framework for the
Early Years
Foundation Stage 2012
Development Matters in the
Early Years
Foundation Stage (EYFS)