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4.4 Areas of learning and development

This list explains how learning and development in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) is divided into six areas: personal development, communication skills, numeracy, understanding the world, physical development and creative development. ...

Video: Making a model with glue

Early Years practitioners can see how they might guide children's exploration by helping them to work with shape, form and texture. This is one of three videos that support the principles and practice of Creative Development within Learning and ...

Parents as Partners in Early Learning (PPEL): Parents as Partners – Making it strategic

This case study focuses on developing creative ways of bridging the gap between practitioners and parents, especially fathers in Blackburn with Darwen. It includes a background to the project, what was done and next steps. This is part of a case study ...

Video: Making music

Early Years practitioners can see how they might lead a music session by encouraging children to make rhythms using percussion instruments. This is one of three videos that support the principles and practice of Creative Development within Learning and ...

Why creativity and critical thinking is important

The development of creativity and critical thinking in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) helps children to make new connections and meanings, to discover new places to explore, and to increase ingenuity. The information here explains how you can ...

How health and well-being relates to learning and development

This breakdown of the elements of learning and development shows you how the health and well-being of children in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) is important in supporting and encouraging children's literacy and numeracy, their understanding of ...

Outcomes

Early Years practitioners can read about the positive outcomes, participants’ feedback and key findings of a project, which focused on developing creative ways of bridging the gap between practitioners and parents, especially fathers in Blackburn with ...

Resources landing page - QCDA

Resources landing page - QCDA . & : Home Resources Resources landing page Resources landing page 2009 national curriculum test review outcomes report (provisional) 2010 Guidance for local authorities on organising, undertaking and reporting on monitoring visits - key stage 2 2010 Guidance for local authorities on post-test investigations into allegations of maladministration - key stage 2 2010 Guide for schools on monitoring visits - key stage 2 2010 Guide for schools on post-test investigations…

QCDA Last update: 2011

Government's response to report on nurturing creativity in young people

Response to the report of Paul Robert ‘Nurturing Creativity in Young People’. It demonstrates the importance placed on creativity, shows how creativity can contribute to other key agendas and highlights the main actions needs to be taken to ensure that creativity can flourish. This document is a part of Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) resources developed in line with the DCSF core criteria.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Creative Development

Guidance on the provision of support for children's creativity: their curiosity, exploration and play. They must be provided with opportunities to explore and share their thoughts, creativity, ideas and feelings, for example, through a variety of art, music, movement, dance, imaginative and role-play activities, mathematics, and design and technology.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011