We have just been informed that we are not a very welcoming classroom and that we are not organised and that there are children all over the place involved in playing and doing things and that the headteacher can't understand it. The headteacher wants us all to stop and say good-morning or good-afternoon when he enters and when he has a visitor. I work in a class of 22 four and five year olds - they all will be 5 this year (2011) - in a private international school (3-18years) in Spain and we try to follow the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum. The qualified nursery nurse and myself a qualified teacher believe in learning through play with adult-led focussed activities, we have whole class learning, small groups and individual. I am not exactly sure what he wants and I need advice and thoughts from others. As teachers we always verbally welcome him and any visitors but he expects more..am I being silly thinking I am not that keen to stop all the children from their activities to say good-morning. Also any ideas about organisation we tend to be very cross-curricular. He has had very little experience of early years and is secondary trained. Please help any advice is welcome!