Outstanding Early Years Provision

This inset will provide practitioners with practical ideas, audit tools and activities that will transform their early years practice. It will review the principles of good practice, the balance of adult-led, adult-guided and child-initiated learning and will explore what planned, purposeful playful learning looks like in practice. Attendance will provide delegates with an overview of how to observe, assess and plan challenging experiences in all areas of learning.

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2014 Revised Early Years Foundation Stage Statutory Framework.

  • What has stayed the same?
  • What has changed?

Implications for practice.

  • Development Matters in the Early Years Foundation Stage.
  • Exploring the Prime and Specific Areas of Learning.
  • How do I ensure the Characteristics of Learning are explicit within my provision?
  • How do I involve parents in their children’s learning?

Get to grips with planning and assessment.

  • Essential components for planning.
  • Assessment: essential for learning.
  • Revised EYFS Profile.
  • 24-36 months progress check.
  • Tools for monitoring progress in the EYFS.
  • Practical examples of planning and assessment into practice.
  • Create an enabling indoor and outdoor environment that supports how children learn.
  • Organisation of space.
  • Examples of outstanding practice

Positive Relationships – Review the role of the adult in teaching and learning.

  • What does adult-led learning look like in practice?
  • What does adult-directed learning look like in practice?
  • What does child-initiated learning look like in practice?
  • What does learning through play look like in practice?

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North Shields,
Tyne & Wear,
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