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Understanding the revised EYFS: NAHT primary and early years conference 2020

  1. Understanding the revised Early Years Foundation Stage Julian Grenier & Tania Choudhury
  2. Development Matters 2021– what’s new? Objectives: • More support for early communication • Reducing workload • Narrowing the gap
  3. Building on strengths
  4. What makes a difference? • A curriculum progress model • Checking children have plenty of time to enjoy, practise and repeat so they are secure in their early learning • Assessment that’s proportionate, and helps children’s learning
  5. Assessment: data or feedback?
  6. Feedback : Austin’s Butterfly
  7. Some key principles of assessment • Proportionate • High-quality • Helps children’s learning • Focused on children at risk of falling behind the majority • Involves children and parents • Helps us to evaluate our provision and curriculum • Ensuring that every child thrives
  8. How can we make sure that the Early Years Curriculum is inclusive? So that every child can thrive?
  9. Models of disability Vs.
  10. Core books - Adapting what we have on offer - WhatsApping parents to suggest what they can do at home - “Live” and linked to children’s interests
  11. Forest school for a child with SEND
  12. Inclusive Classroom Profile (ICP) • Dr. Elena Soukakou (2016) • 12 areas of inclusive practice • Likert type scale
  13. Working with other agencies
  14. Working with parents to support children’s learning in the Early Years • EEF Guidance Report ‘Working with parents to support children’s learning’ • Hard to reach parents or hard to reach schools? • Bilingualism is not a disadvantage – let’s change that narrative
  15. Trusting teachers and early years educators as professionals
  16. Next steps for governors and senior leaders
  17. What about Ofsted? At the heart of the early years in schools are how we help children to • have positive relationships, • feel good about themselves, • be able to start and finish an activity,, • have the vocabulary and the understanding of the vocabulary that they need in their language and communication.
  18. Find out more • Download free PDF • Buy as a book on Amazon