We can provide play equipment and surfacing for EYFS personal and emotional development at nurseries across the United Kingdom.
Emotional development in early childhood is extremely important in order to help children grow and progress in their early years.
We offer advice and information on how you can incorporate EYFS personal development into your playground. if you would like to get in touch, please complete our contact form.
Nursery Outdoor Play Equipment can provide play equipment and surfacing for EYFS personal and emotional development and can offer advice and information on how you can incorporate EYFS personal development into your playground.
EYFS personal and emotional development is essential to developing a young child's persona. The Early Years Foundation Stage, or EYFS for short, is responsible for monitoring the personal, social and also emotional development of children during their first five years.
It is during this time that children learn how to interact with each other, form lasting and bonding relationships and begin to understand their own and others' feelings.
It is imperative that this development is encouraged, and the more stimuli that are in place, the faster and more naturally this development will come.
A variety of equipment is available to do this, ranging in size, configurations and expense, but all firmly with the emphasis upon helping a child with their personal and also emotional progression.
By sharing this equipment to play games and socialise with children of their own age, children have fun while learning how to interact and manage each other's feelings.
To learn more about emotional development playgrounds in primary areas, please complete the contact box provided and we will get one of our local experts to help you.
Personal, social and emotional progression in children can be encouraged in a multitude of different ways and probably the best and most effective way to is to use playground equipment that specialises in the interaction between groups.
Early years PSED activities such as role-playing can be extremely important. Imagine two different scenarios; the first have children sitting quietly in a classroom, listening to a teacher, who is telling them all about being a pirate. This scenario does not allow for interpersonal contact because they are focused on just one person, their teacher.
Granted, they may learn something about pirates, but it is not encouraging them to think for themselves, interact with their friends, and make decisions.
Scenario number two has the same group of children with the same teacher, only this group has pirate costumes and an outdoor wooden pirate ship to play in. This opens things up substantially as it allows the children to decide things, such as who is going to be in who's 'crew', who will be the Captain, who will 'walk the plank'.
They get to decide, via their collective imaginations, how pirates may have acted instead of being told what they should do. When the element of fun is introduced it encourages children to socialise more, make friends and inspire their imaginations.
All of these types of activities can actually help with education as the children can learn whilst they play.
It's these social bonding activities that develop the child into the confident and empathetic person they need to be later in life.
You may be looking for a nearby expert or one in surrounding areas to help you create an area to enhance the development of personal and also emotional characteristics. Our experts closest to you can offer information you need, so please contact us today for more details.
Emotional development in early childhood is not only desirable, but it's also actively encouraged by Government guidelines. Every school and early-learning provider that is registered with Ofsted must abide by this framework.
This is to ensure that each and every child, regardless of their own personal background and situation, will get equal and universal attention. Research has shown that if emotional progression in these first five years is stunted, then this will affect the child in later life.
As they grow into older children and even into adulthood, they are not as receptive to forming close social bonds and have problems with solving tasks that would require input from others.
That is why it's essential that the EYFS guidelines are followed and upheld, to give the child the best possible start in life at being a confident, sociable and receptive person.
Good self-awareness can be achieved by taking part in a range of activities. For example, taking part in group discussions, participating in group storytime and even acting out a play will all help to boost the child's confidence.
Role-playing equipment and drama stages and props are readily available and in so many different combinations too; costumes such as doctors and nurses, kings and queens, firemen and firewomen, construction workers - once they are combined with pirate ships, timber castles, workbenches, play tents and shops then the possibilities for their imaginations to run wild truly are limitless.
Their EYFS personal and also emotional development is stimulated and heightened through this interaction with children of their own age and with the equipment too.
Children's EYFS personal and emotional developments are not just about making children conform to Government targets, they are a concerted effort to improve their social and emotional well-being.
For example, by installing a hobbit house, children could imagine a scenario of one of their group having to leave home. They would need to decide who is leaving and who is staying, why that person is leaving, is it for a happy or a sad reason, and how they would deal with this loss emotionally.
This type of play can also help with expressive arts and can help the children develop various other skills.
Equipment is simple as story time seating areas can encourage interaction through class discussions and debates about certain topics.
It is social, emotional activities such as this that stimulate the development of the self-confidence that is critical in today's world.
EYFS personal development also needs to include practical, everyday situations and the skill set to cope with them. Equally as important as learning how to interact with each other confidently and respectfully, is the need to recognise right from wrong.
To a small child, this can be represented by something as ordinary as waiting in line for a turn on the slide or learning that toys must be shared. They must interact with each other and the equipment around them to learn these valuable social lessons.
A child needs to learn that they must consider other people's feelings besides their own and the EYFS equipment can help promote this. So for example, if Child A decides that Child B cannot use the swings because they want them all to their self, they will have to understand that their selfishness will cause Child B to feel upset and left out.
By utilising the equipment as a learning tool, they come to understand that sometimes compromises must be made in order to maintain a happy medium. In this way, their EYFS personal and emotional development is put to the test in a real-world scenario and they learn something about themselves and what is expected of them from their peers too.
If you are interested to find out more about EYFS personal and emotional development make certain to get in touch with our team today using the contact form provided and we will get back to you at the very earliest convenience.