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Little Learners Nursery Curriculum

Six learning areas for children’s development on all levels.

Here, at Little Learners, English is spoken throughout the day, following the British educational program Early Years Foundation Stage, programme addressed to children between the ages of 0 and 5.


The EYFS principles guide the activity of all our educators and are grouped into 4 distinct but complementary themes:

  • A unique child
  • Positive Relationships
  • Enabling Environments
  • Learning and Development


There are 6 areas of learning and development that we use when making observations, assessments and planning for your child’s individual needs. These are reflected in the child’s learning journey and personalized planning.

These areas of learning and development allow us to constantly motivate your child and help him to develop and succeed.

The Six Learning Areas

Personal, social and emotional development: how confident children are, how they make friends, how they share their things and how they manage their feelings and emotions.

Physical development: how children move and how they use their motor skills, how they independently manage self-care and how they learn about a healthy lifestyle.

Communication, language and literacy development: how children listen and for how long they can maintain their attention, if they understand what is being said, how they communicate with others and develop vocabulary. The way children enjoy books and reading, learn to write and begin to explore letters and phonetic elements.


Mathematics: how children learn to count, about the means of measurement, capacities, space, shapes and recognise the passage of the time.

Understanding the surrounding world: how your child discovers the nature and world surrounding him, talks about people and local communities, distinguishes between differences and similarities, about cultural and religious events in their lives and the lives of others.

Creative development: the children’s joy of being creative by using colours, songs and dance to express themselves. Children will learn how to channel their resources, they will use a variety of tools and materials to explore the environment, and with adults’ support, they will learn techniques to be used as efficient means of expression.