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Effective EYFS Curriculum 2021

How effective is your EYFS 2021 Curriculum?

This Effective EYFS 2021 Curriculum Delivery course is aimed at practitioners. It supports them in meeting the high expectations required of them under the Ofsted Education Inspection Framework and the revised Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS).

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Effective EYFS 2021 Curriculum Delivery

This Effective EYFS 2021 Curriculum Delivery course is aimed at practitioners. It supports them in meeting the high expectations required of them under the Ofsted Education Inspection Framework and the revised Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS). We will show you the benefits early years foundation stage training can bring.

Observing children and planning your environment around their individual needs is an essential part of the EYFS and crucial to your Quality of Education Ofsted rating. Practitioners need to be aware of the characteristics of effective teaching and learning. In addition, they need to understand how these relate to observing children’s progress in their learning and development. They need to know and understand when and what they should be observing and how to assess children’s next steps for learning. This course aims to develop their skills directly in this area.

This early years curriculum training course will enable Practitioners to:

  • Identify the key elements within the new EYFS
  • Review the changes within the 7 areas of learning
  • Consider how you can build your own curriculum around the requirements of the EYFS 2021
  • Be able to evaluate what you observe, and similarly, to create future opportunities for children within your curriculum delivery

This course incorporates the changes in the Early Years Foundation Stage planned for September 2021.

This Effective EYFS Curriculum 2021 course is aimed at practitioners new and experienced to support them being able to meet the high expectations placed on us by Ofsted and similarly, to ensure they are delivering the best quality of education and in a way that supports children’s sequenced learning and school readiness.

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