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Reflecting on practice

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

About the Themes and Principles

Classification of the four principles and sixteen commitments of the EYFS. Each of the four themes - A Unique Child. Positive Relationships, Enabling Environments, Learning and Development - has a principle attached to it, and each principle has four commitments which explain how the principles can be put into practice.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Physical education exemplification standards file level 3 | PE | Standards Files | Exemplification f

Physical education exemplification standards file level 3 | PE | Standards Files | Exemplification for foundation subjects | Assessment | 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…

QCDA Last update: 2011

3.1 Observation, Assessment and Planning

'Observation, Assessment and Planning' is one of the commitments to the EYFS principle of 'Enabling Environments'. The explanation of the commitment includes planning starting with the child through observation and using observation to form evaluations and assessments. The summative assessment is the EYFS profile made for each child at the end of the Early Years Foundation Stage.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Challenges and dilemmas

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

About the EYFS

All providers are required to use the EYFS to ensure that whatever setting parents choose, they can be confident that their child will receive a quality experience that supports their development and learning.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Why children make marks

Early years practitioners can discover that children make marks for a variety of reasons, such as for physical enjoyment, telling stories, expressing feelings, accurate representations and problem solving. This is part of Mark making matters.

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4.1 Play and Exploration

Play and Exploration is one of the commitments to the EYFS principle of Learning and development. The explanation of the commitment includes learning through experience, adult involvement and plenty of space and time to play outdoors and indoors. Practitioners need to ensure effective practice and reflection, overcoming time constraints and balancing creative learning with planning for the group.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

1.4 Health and well-being

This area features research and resources to support effective practice in understanding health and well-being across the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS).

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EYFS framework: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Questions and answers about the Early Years Foundation Stage framework. The DCSF welcomes your feedback on the EYFS so please post your comments, suggestions or specific questions to us using the form on this page.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011