- Our 6 Tops Tips for Display Boards is a great tool to ensure that any display boards within your setting have a purpose. These display boards are being created to benefit the children and support them with their learning and development, so it is crucial that we make this a part of their learning by ensuring that they are involved in the creation of the display board and being educated along the way! By implementing the top tips in this freebie your display boards can become valuable educational tools that can enhance the learning experience for children. Through thoughtful creation, interactive elements, and student involvement, display boards can effectively support children's learning and development.
- This download gives you all of the information you need to ensure that the staff in your setting can be included in ratio and that their qualifications are full and relevant in the UK. This includes information about qualifications that have been gained outside of the UK and what you need to do to check if they are considered full and relevant in this country. This was last updated on January 4th in line with the new statutory framework, so it is important that you take the time to read through this and see how it could impact your setting or what you may need to consider when hiring new staff or apprentices.
- The EYFS - Statutory Framework is undergoing a lot of changes in January, including the introduction of two bespoke frameworks, for Settings and Childminders. We need to ensure that we are aware of these changes and adapt our practice to ensure that we are compliant with current legislation and guidance.
- Working Together to Safeguard Children is an important piece of legislation that everyone needs to be aware of and the recent updates aim to enhance collaboration among various agencies involved in providing assistance, support, and protection for children and their families. It emphasizes maintaining a child-centred perspective while adopting a holistic family-oriented approach.
- This download is a guide into how Ofsted inspectors carry out their inspections of Early Years settings. This can be a great tool to go through to prepare yourself for the big day and reflect on your setting. It is important to think about what grade you would get for each aspect of the inspection so that you can find the areas that you need to improve on. This was last updated on January 19th and we have gone through the document to highlight the recent changes.
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- An easier way of remembering the Characteristics of Effective Learning