New facilities at revamped Early Years Unit at Peafield Lane Academy is a hit with children and families

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  • Posted on: May 27, 2022
  • Partnership: Flying High Partnership

Peafield Lane Academy has revamped its Early Years and Foundation Unit, with new décor and additional resources for children.

Laura Childs is Deputy Head and Foundation Teacher at Peafield Lane Academy and said that children were thriving in their new surroundings. “Our newly furnished and decorated environment has improved our continuous provision in a way that really allows our children to immerse themselves in the learning that is on offer. It allows the children to take further pride in and responsibility for our new provision, which is demonstrating our core values.”

The unit, which has been redecorated and carpeted has a wealth of updated resources for children to use. Staff report that pupils are enjoying their new rooms.

Fox, age 5 said, “ I love our new drawing and writing area!” and Clara age 5 said, “I like doing phonics the best.”

Darcie aged 5 said, “ I love the new reading area. It has pretty lights and animals to read to”, and Sydney age 5 said,  “I love to make things for my Mummy in the workshop!”

Deputy Head Teacher and Foundation Teacher, Laura Childs said, “We can’t wait to welcome people in to see the area and are taking bookings for tours for new families at the moment. It is rich in resources for children and a happy and stimulating place for children to learn and flourish. I feel so proud showing new families around.”

Prospective families interested in taking a tour of the facilities are encouraged to contact the school office.

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