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2.1 Respecting Each Other

'Respecting each other' is one of the commitments to the EYFS principle of ' Positive relationships'. The explanation of the commitment includes understanding and recognising feelings, supporting children in developing friendships, setting an example through open and friendly professional relationships and developing a friendly relationship with parents.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Challenges and dilemmas

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Identikit: 'Create-a-face' template

This resource provides the basic materials for a creative activity in which children can develop their understanding of feelings through talk and play. Early Years practitioners can use this alongside activities and interactions from the themed booklets ...

LA briefing pack for the EYFS: Setting the standards for learning, development and care for children from birth to five

This briefing pack is designed to support LAs in the role of ensuring that all Early Years providers and practitioners access appropriate training and professional development opportunities to enable them to understand the principles and requirements of theEarly Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and to provide good quality care and education for children from birth to five.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Children, families and child development

Statement on the inclusive principles of the EYFS is based on principles of inclusion. All early years providers oppose discrimination and prejudice and welcome all families and children.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Sustaining Success: Gloucestershire: Newent Early Years Centre

Case study describing how the Newent Early Years Centre in Gloucestershire used creativity to build better working relationships with local playgroups. This case study describes the initiatives taken in terms of team discussion, training, curriculum development; records the emerging questions and how they were overcome.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

3.3 The Learning Environment

'The Learning environment' is one of the commitments to the EYFS principle of 'Enabling Environments'. The explanation of the commitment includes the indoor and outdoor learning environments and the emotional learning environment.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

1.1 Child development

'Child development' is one of the commitments to the EYFS principle of 'A unique child'. The explanation of the commitment includes information about how babies and children communicate and the need to engage in 'conversations' with babies. Babies and children are competent learners and development is a complex interaction of environmental and genetic factors.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Agenda

Agenda   Qualifications and Curriculum Development Agency. © QDCA 2010 GENERIC DIPLOMA QUALIFICATION CODES Diploma Qualification Code Line of Learning Diploma Level 500/4361/4 Business, Administration and Finance Foundation 500/4360/2 Business, Administration and Finance Higher 500/4356/0 Business, Administration and Finance Progression 500/4358/4 Business, Administration and Finance Advanced 500/2719/0 Construction and the Built Environment Foundation 500/2725/6 Construction and the Built Environment Higher 500/2729/3 Construction and the Built Environment Progression 500/2732/3 Construction and the Built Environment Advanced 500/2724/4 Creative and Media Foundation 500/2727/X…

QCDA Last update: 2011

Seamless transitions: Supporting continuity in young children's learning

Publication aims to disseminate examples of effective practice that will stimulate professional dialogue, encourage reflection and support further training to develop seamless transitions throughout and beyond the Foundation Stage. These materials reflect the learning journeys of the six Local Authorities participating in the Foundation Stage Transition Project between October 2004 and October 2005.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011