On this page you will guidance, support, and home learning resources for Early Years Foundation Stage settings.
EYFS funding, safeguarding and parental communication June 2020 from Schools Alliance for Excellence on Vimeo.
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Surrey County Council has produced information leaflets for parents to support the return of children to settings and reintegration as past of the Government's phased return plans. You can download these leaflets using the links below.
You can download a ‘protective measures’ risk assessment template here for early years settings that has been prepared in response to the Government’s phased return plans.
This tool may be useful as you undertake recovery planning around a range of ‘protective measures’ for the Summer Term and is entirely optional. Some sections will be more or less applicable, depending on your context, and please feel free to change and adapt as necessary.
It should be used alongside the government guidance below:
The Government has indicated its intention to produce a toolkit which will supersede this advice.
We have also provided an example risk assessment and a blank risk assessment for your use which you can download using the links below.
This EY Passport was created following a survey sent to schools and EY providers regarding transition. The responses were collated and analysed. As a result the top themes were identified. It was clear that both EY providers and schools wanted the same thing, a clear simple and easy to use document which would collate the relevant information all in one place.
A working group came together to create the EY Passport. This included reception teachers, PVI practitioners, Family Voice, STIPS,EY SEND Advisors, SCC Commissioning team and Babcock.
Download the EY Passport here!
On this page you will find resources for crafting a blended approach towards home learning for students, including:
The following schools have volunteered their approaches for others to consider when preparing their home learning.
Below you will find a presentation which is designed to reflect the unique challenge schools face in delivering a remote learning offer for younger children.
It aims to provide both some advice and support for parents and to promote more social, skills and language-based activities.
Schools may choose to modify and/or use some or all of the suggestions both in designing activities or communicating with parents.
A Social Story Approach to Supporting Children through the COVID-19 Situation
Guildford Nursery School
St Peter's Leatherhead
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