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EYFS 2012. Early Years Foundation Stage From birth – 5 years. 7 Areas of Learning. • 3 Prime Areas • Communication and Language • Physical Development • Personal, Social and Emotional Development. 4 Specific Areas through which the 3 Prime Areas are applied. • Literacy

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eyfs 2012

EYFS 2012

Early Years Foundation Stage

From birth – 5 years

7 areas of learning
7 Areas of Learning

• 3 Prime Areas

• Communication and Language

• Physical Development

• Personal, Social and Emotional

Development

4 specific areas through which the 3 prime areas are applied
4 Specific Areas through which the3 Prime Areas are applied

• Literacy

• Mathematics

• Understanding of the World

• Expressive Arts and Design

planning
Planning
  • Staff plan a mix of adult led and child initiated

activities.

  • Staff observe children in their self initiated play and

then make best fit judgements on Development by

referring to the EYFS Guidance.

  • Judgements are used to inform planning so that it is

closely linked to the children\'s developmental needs

and interests.

  • Each child is assigned a key person.
key person role
Key Person Role

• Ensures learning and individual needs are

catered for.

• Supports needs of parents of children in

their care.

• Refers parents to specialist support if

needed e.g. speech therapy.

observations by staff
Observations by Staff
  • Self initiated play.
  • • Judgements are made.
  • • Next Steps are planned around
  • interests and development needs.
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Classroom Organisation

• Continuous Provision AREAS

• Focussed Activities

• Enhanced Provision

• Plans show the planned learning for indoors and outdoors

foundation stage profile
Foundation Stage Profile

• Summative assessment completed at the

end of the Reception year.

• Completed through ongoing observations

throughout the year.

• Shared with parents and Y1 teacher.

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17 Early Learning Goals which the children work towards

throughout Nursery and Reception

The Prime Areas

  • Communication and Language
  • • Listening and attention
  • • Understanding
  • • Speaking
  • Physical Development
  • • Moving and handling
  • • Health and self care
  • Personal Social and Emotional Development
  • • Self confidence and self awareness
  • • Managing feelings and behaviour
  • • Making relationships
specific areas
Specific Areas

• Literacy

• Reading

• Writing

• Mathematics

• Numbers

• Shape space and measures

• Understanding the world

• People and communities

• The world

• Technology

• Expressive Arts & Design

• Exploring media and materials

• Being Imaginative

records
Records
  • Learning journeys.
  • Early Years Foundation Stage Learning Display board.
  • School tracker.
  • EYFS profile.
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