"Teaching should not be taken to imply a ‘top down’ or formal way of working. It is a broad term which covers the many different ways in which adults help young children learn.
It includes their interactions with children during planned and child-initiated play and activities: communicating and modelling language, showing, explaining, demonstrating, exploring ideas, encouraging, questioning, recalling, providing a narrative for what they are doing, facilitating and setting challenges.
It takes account of the equipment they provide and the attention to the physical environment as well as the structure and routines of the day that establish expectations."
Teaching and Play in the Early Years- a balancing act.
Ofsted July 2015
On this page you can find national updates for EYFS and key documents to support the Surrey EYFS community, as well as details of upcoming events and programmes.
Under our Teaching and Learning page, you can find guiding principles and practises for EYFS settings and supporting documents.
Visit our Resources page to find resources to support blended learning and other significant documents for EYFS.
On our Assessment and Moderation page, you will find details of assessment and moderation criteria for EYFS.
For more details of upcoming training webinars for EYFS, view our events table or contact email@example.com. Details of all of our upcoming webinars and events can be found on our Upcoming Events page.
Government response to the Early Years Foundation Stage consultation – July2020 Provides a summary of the consultation responses and the government decisions taken following the consultation.
New Early Adopter Early Years Foundation Stage statutory framework – July 2020 This version has been produced for schools participating in the EYFS early adopter year from September 2020, but the content will be the same for national implementation in 2021/22
New Early Adopter Early Years Foundation Stage handbook - July 2020 This version has been produced for schools participating in the EYFS early adopter year from September 2020, but the content will be the same for national implementation in 2021/22.
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