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Exemplification of standards | Assessing physical education | Physical education | Key stage 3 | Sub

Exemplification of standards | Assessing physical education | Physical education | Key stage 3 | Subjects | Key stages 3 & 4 | National Curriculum Access Key Definitions Skip navigation Access key details Home page Latest updates Site map Search Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Terms and conditions The DfE is conducting a review of the primary and secondary National Curriculum. This site contains the statutory programmes of study for National Curriculum subjects which maintained schools must follow until a new…

QCDA Last update: 2011

Exemplification of standards | Assessing physical education | Physical education | Key stage 3 | Sub

Exemplification of standards | Assessing physical education | Physical education | Key stage 3 | Subjects | Key stages 3 & 4 | National Curriculum Access Key Definitions Skip navigation Access key details Home page Latest updates Site map Search Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Terms and conditions The DfE is conducting a review of the primary and secondary National Curriculum. This site contains the statutory programmes of study for National Curriculum subjects which maintained schools must follow until a new…

QCDA Last update: 2011

EYFS principle 4.4 card: Learning and development – Areas of learning and development

The colour version of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) card giving first-level information on the theme, learning and development, its principle and commitments. Basic information is provided on the six areas of learning and development: personal, social and emotional development; communication, language and literacy; problem solving, reasoning and numeracy; knowledge and understanding of the world; physical development; creative development. This card is also available in black and white.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

EYFS principle 4.4 card: Learning and development – Areas of learning and development (black and white version)

The black and white version of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) card giving first-level information on the theme, learning and development, its principle and commitments. Basic information is provided on the six areas of learning and development: personal, social and emotional development; communication, language and literacy; problem solving, reasoning and numeracy; knowledge and understanding of the world; physical development; creative development.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

1.4 Health and Well-being

'Health and well-being' is one of the commitments to the EYFS principle of 'A unique child'. The explanation of the commitment includes information about the growth and development of babies and children. Practitioners need to nurture physical and emotional well-being through a variety of ways involving parents, carers and the children themselves.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Early Years Foundation Stage resources: Caring for under-threes: Play

Extract from caring for under-threes play. Julia Manning Morton explains that play is just as active and essential to learning for babies and toddlers as it is for older children. Children develop their sense of self through their close relationships, play opportunities that support physical activity and match with changing physical skills, explore their world with all their senses and bodies and use play as a kind of ticket to the social life of the community to explore themselves. The…

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) resources: Messy Play- Bernadette Duffy

Document showing how messy play can make an enormous contribution to young children’s cognitive and creative development. Messy play involves children using all their senses in the process of exploration, especially the sense of touch, offers the opportunity to mould and manipulate materials and not having a focus on making/producing something. It offers children opportunities personal, social and emotional development, communication, language and literacy, mathematical development, knowledge and understanding of the world, physical development and creative development.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

4.2 Active Learning

‘Active Learning’ is one of the commitments to the EYFS principle of ‘Learning and development’. The explanation of the commitment includes description of how active learners need mental and physical involvement, and social and emotional engagement.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

EYFS principle 4.2 card: Learning and development – Active learning (black and white version)

The black and white version of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) card giving first-level information on the theme, learning and development, its principle and commitments. Basic information is provided on the importance of children’s learning which involves mental and physical challenges. Active learning involves other people, objects, ideas and events that engage and involve children for sustained periods.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

EYFS principle 4.2 card: Learning and development – Active learning

The colour version of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) card giving first-level information on the theme, learning and development, its principle and commitments. Basic information is provided on the importance of children’s learning which involves mental and physical challenges. Active learning involves other people, objects, ideas and events that engage and involve children for sustained periods. This card is also available in black and white.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011