The different frameworks for children up until the age of 16 years the follow the national curriculum and the early years foundation years is the age between, from birth-5 year old and the national curriculum is ages between 5-11 years. It is mandatory for all the schools and early years settings in ofsed registered settings to follow the early year’s foundation stage. The national curriculum is broken down into four different key stages at the end stage there are SATS which are statutory assessment.
The early year’s foundation stage
The early year foundation stage the aim is to provide learning through play for example it is important for ever child to be equal and to be a unique child it is also important to have a relationship with the parents and for the children welfare is paramount. Review your environment to ensure that it is interesting, attractive and accessible to every child so they can learn independently.
The national Curriculum
The national curriculum is mandatory for all schools between 5-11 years old, the compulsory national curriculum subjects are for key stages 1 and 2 which are English, maths, science, design and technology, ICT, history, geography, art and design, music and physical education these are measured for children’s progress compared to all pupils across the country.
How the EYFS are used by practitioners to support learning
The job of the practitioners is to develop the six areas of learning by using observations on the children. To observe them to show how much progress they have made and what learning groups they can go into for the best of there ability. It is important that the practitioners use ratios because they can keep to the routine better and provide emotional security. It is also important that practitioners use planning to meet individual needs and to view the child holistic view of the Childs development. It is important that you plan activities for the children and have a range of toys for all...
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