Learning Outcomes

Your guide to understanding the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)

Kindergartners can

  • Enjoy read to sessions where they retell simple narrative or informational text.
  • Read simple stories.
  • Use descriptive language to explain and explore.
  • Recognise letters and letter-sound matches.
  • Recognise all the vocabulary related to the letters and have social experience.
  • Show familiarity with rhyming and beginning sounds.
  • Match spoken words with written ones.
  • Begin to write letters of the alphabet, CVC words and high-frequency words.
  • Speak and understand English well.
  • Recognise and write numbers up to 50.
  • Recognise all shapes and colours.
  • Do all simple mathematical operation addition, subtraction…etc.
  • Grasp simple science information like living and non-living, parts of the body, 5 senses.
  • Present different themes and items through Show and tell as a part of our class room’s activities that help in strengthening children’s Language skills (oral and listening skills) as children learn to use descriptive language.
    • Show and tell also helps to grow and develop their social emotional as they share their special items with others.


What teachers do

  • Encourage children to read and write.
  • Provide many opportunities for children to explore and identify sound-symbol relationships in a meaningful context.
  • Help children to segment spoken words into individual sounds and blend the sounds into whole words.
  • Frequently read interesting and conceptually rich stories to children.
  • Provide daily opportunities for children to write.
  • Help children to build sight vocabulary.
  • Help students to learn about their own strengths, unique characteristics and skills set.
  • Encourage creativity.
  • Assessing students’ age-appropriate developmental milestones including fine motor skills.
  • Teach their students how to reason, with an objective of helping them assess a situation, and make a decision based on available information. Reasoning is taught through storytelling and role playing.
  • Teaching basics math skills through grouping and sorting activities, playing math games, and through basic addition and subtraction exercise.