EYFS Guidance

Strengthening out of school care quality processes to deliver levels of quality to industry standards

  Childcare for school age children – before and after school and during school holidays provides important opportunities for children (4 – 14 years) to…

EYFS Guidance

Q&A – Exemptions from EYFS learning and development requirements

  Why allow independent schools exemptions when they are apparently doing an excellent job of delivering the EYFS? Many independent schools follow the EYFS with…

EYFS Guidance

Exemptions from the Learning and Development requirements of the 2012 EYFS

As you know, the Department for Education consulted in May and June 2012 on proposals to revise arrangements for exemptions from the EYFS learning and development…

EYFS Guidance

Early Years Foundation Stage FAQs

1.    Can I order a hard copy of the new framework online? Reducing bureaucracy, alongside spending controls, has changed the way the Government produces and…

EYFS Guidance

Building Futures, Believing in Children: A focus on provision for black children in the EYFS

This guidance invites all practitioners to reflect on the quality of their provision for children of Black African and Black Caribbean heritage or any mixed…

Building Futures, Developing Trust: A focus on provision for children from Gypsy, Roma and Traveller families in the EYFS
EYFS Guidance

Building Futures, Developing Trust: A focus on provision for children from Gypsy, Roma and Traveller families in the EYFS

This guidance invites practitioners across the whole range of Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) settings to reflect on the quality of their provision for Gypsy,…

EYFS Guidance

Confident, Capable and Creative: supporting boys’ achievements


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Data from the Foundation Stage Profile, 2004–2006, suggests that boys are achieving less well than girls across all areas of learning and that more girls…

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