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eyfs updates for schools

EYFS updates for schools

Early Years and Childcare service

  • Refreshments
  • Fire
  • Toilets
  • Mobile Phones
eyfs update
EYFS Update
  • Early Years Outcomes & Characteristics of EL
  • Changes to SIMS
  • Data Dashboard
  • Bottom 20%
  • Analysing your data
  • Changes to the subsidiary guidance
  • Tracking children's progress
  • Moderation events
early years outcomes
Early Years Outcomes
  • Non statutory guide
  • An extract from ‘Development Matters’, using the statements from ‘A Unique Child’
  • The Positive Relationships and Enabling Environment sections are not included
  • Has the same status as 'Development Matters', as both are non-statutory guidance


characteristics of effective learning
Characteristics of Effective Learning
  • C of EL have not been included in 'Early Years Outcomes‘
  • They remain important for knowing how children learn and how we can support children to become motivated and independent learners.

1.10 of the 'EYFS Statutory Framework' requires practitioners to reflect on how children learn. Therefore it is a statutory duty to reflect the characteristics of effective teaching and learning in practice

eyfs profile
EYFS Profile

The updated version of the EYFSP handbook.


Updated exemplification materials for the 2013 to 2014 academic year


changes and developments in sims
Changes and developments in SIMS

EYFS End of Year data

  •  Marksheet that calculates Totals / Ave points / GLD etc
  • Group Analysis of each of the 17 aspects
  • Aspect Analysis showing % at 1, 2, 3, 2and3

Contact IBS Schools for more details and to install – 01905 765160.

changes to sims
Changes to SIMS

EYFS tracking available in two versions:

  • 2 band, i.e. 30-50 and 40-60, recording data every half term and accompanying data analysis
  • 6 band, i.e. 0-11..... to 40-60, recording data every half term, with less accompanying data analysis

Contact IBS Schools for more details and to install – 01905 765160.

data dashboard
Data Dashboard

EYFSP data is now available on Edulink

  • How GLD is calculated.
  • EYFSP setting AOL summary list updated and published.
  • Brief run through of the Data Dashboard.

The data shows Worcestershire's GLD of 49% is below that of the National (52%) and our statistical neighbours. The data also shows that the average point score was 33.5


The graph below shows you visually how Worcestershire performed against the National figure across the Areas of Learning in 2013.


Support for Vulnerable childrenEarly Years and Childcare Service target support for settings from Improvement Advisors using this data:Ofsted overall judgementNumber of Children in bottom 20%Number of Children identified with EALNumber of Children who live in an area of deprivationNumber of Children who access two year old fundingAll children are able to take up their entitlement to funded early education in a high quality setting.

analysing your data
Analysing your Data
  • % of Children achieving GLD in Prime Areas and/or Literacy and Maths
  • % of Boys/Girls achieving GLD in Prime Areas +Literacy and Maths
  • % of Children achieving 'expected' and 'exceeding' in ALL AOL
  • % of Children assessed as 'emerging', 'expected' and 'exceeding' across all 17 ELG's
  • What is the supporting measure for the cohort?
  • How do your figures compare to county/national?
analysing your data1
Analysing your Data...
  • Are there any patterns in attainment? E.g. few children attaining ‘expected’ or ‘exceeding’ in writing or number.
  • Are there any correlations between different ELGs such as writing and moving and handling?
  • % of Children's achievement in the 17 ELG's by gender, FSM, ethnicity, first language and month of birth (Autumn, Spring or Summer)
  • Were there any children who would have attained a GLD had it not been for 1 or 2 ELGs?
  • What were these ELGs? Is there a pattern?
  • What were their starting points?
  • What does it tell us about attainment and needs of individual children e.g. SEND/EAL
  • Do children with high outcomes also have high PSED and demonstrate this through C of EL?
  • What aspects of EYFS provision need further development in the school?
  • How are Year 1 colleagues using this data to inform planning
changes to the subsidiary guidance
Changes to the Subsidiary Guidance


  • EY outcomes- Best fit judgements
  • Typical development for their age
  • Typical progress v/s rapid progress
  • GLD and rule of thumb!
tracking children s progress
Tracking children’s progress

Tracking progress example

Calculating data on entry

Individual RAG rated progress

eyfsp moderation
EYFSP Moderation
  • These are planned from March 2014. Look out for further information in the E black bag, and on Edulink and the EYCS website
  • Training will include looking closely at CL, M, writing and agreement trialling activities
  • Meet the moderator sessions and training with Y1 teachers
  • The importance of internal moderation
  • Worcestershire LA EYFSP Guidance is available on Edulink
moderation dates
Moderation dates-

Mon10th March 9.30-12,1-3:30,4-6:30 Finstall

Tue 11th March 9.30-12,1-3:30,4-6:30

Bishops wood

Wed 12th March 9.30-12,1-3:30,4-6:30

Bishops wood

Thurs13th March 9.30-12,1-3:30, 4-6:30

Bishops wood

Friday 14th March 1-3:30 Finstall Centre

Book through Claire Bond cbond@worcesteshire.gov.uk


Spring term

  • schools who are in the 25% sample are informed by the end of the term (week of 7th April)

Summer term

  • Beginning of May interim judgements to be made by schools receiving a moderation visit
  • Moderation visits take place
  • 27th June – sense check by LA
  • 31 August – LA’s final date for submission to DfE
supporting out of school provision
Supporting ‘Out of School Provision’
  • Supporting transition for children
  • Information sharing




  • Supporting ofsted judgements
future courses
Future Courses
  • Those new to EY’s – 23rd January
  • Behaviour management for older children-12th March
  • Learning at home, supporting families- 3rd February
  • Number and EYFS mathematics- 13th March
  • PSED for children 4+ 16th January
  • Shapes space and measures in EYFS mathematics- 31st March
  • Environments at the race course till 4th Dec
  • Book through Workforce training and conference team 01905 765901
further support
Further Support

Early Years and Childcare Service Helpline

01905 822672

Early Years and Childcare Service website

+ e bulletin/ safeguarding bulletin


Training update


thank you

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