Friday, 27 April 2012

Getting ready for the new EYFS

In the spirit of share, remix, reuse ... here is the PowerPoint I've put together about the new EYFS. You can view it full size, download it,  copy or adapt it as you please. Feel free to post comments below. Depending on your browser, you may need to use the full screen option to see the slides properly.

You might also be interested to read my previous post on the new EYFS.


10 comments:

  1. Thank you very much! this looks great, clear and precise.

    Very generous of you Julian.

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    1. Hi Kathy - just changed the links so it should be easy to download as well as see full-screen. I can't imagine why we would all go about doing our own things from scratch instead of borrowing off each other and developing like that ... appreciate your thank-you.

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  2. Ditto above...thanks very much Julian...very generous I breath and enjoy a feeling of being supported to communicate these messages clearly. I'm thinking about the workshops I will be facilitating on the prime areas and on leadership and I am feeling so very happy to have this material in hand....

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  3. And thanks for your comment on LinkedIn, too, Tracy. Hope the workshops go well.

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  4. Thank you Julian this is exactly what I needed. I have been asked to do a short introduction to the new EYFS at a staff meeting. Using parts of your presentation will give me so much confidence that I wouldn't have had if using my own. Many thanks again. Jan Edwards (Room Supervisor with 2 year olds)

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  5. Thanks Jan, nice to get your comment and I'm glad this is useful for you. Good luck with your presentation to the team. Julian

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  6. Thanks Julian, as an NQT I've only just got my head around the 'old' EYFS - I really appreciate your overview of how the new EYFS will develop practice.

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  7. Glad it's been useful to you. Good luck with completing your NQT year and with your career in teaching. Julian

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  8. Thanks.Was just trying to create something! Shall use yours instead. Hectic at this time so this has saved me! Thank you very much.

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  9. That's OK - glad it was useful. Julian

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