Being 2 years old is something many of us cannot remember clearly but this stage of development is such an important part of how we grow holistically.
Whilst all children are unique and develop at different rates, many two year olds begin to show independence (and often defiance!) They may show curiosity, joy and attachment to people and objects. They start communicating, learning new vocabulary and begin to become interested in the world around them. Two year olds will be developing ways to travel, with many walking, running and jumping. They are learning who they are and their place in the world.
They need security, love, space, routines and guidance to grow.
At Children's House, our two year olds make rapid and sustained progress: some of it is tiny steps of progress but it is vital we notice it and celebrate it together!
Samples of the children's learning is recorded in a variety of ways in their Special Books: it might be photographs, samples of mark making, a collage, paintings or their Key Person writing down language they have shared and how they have approached some new learning.
Share your child's Special Book with them at home so you can see some of the exciting learning opportunities they have been involved in at school.
The blog is updated regularly with a range of learning from across our wonderful school. All the rich learning experiences the children have been involved in will be in their Special Books so please do borrow those regularly.