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Articles and guides to all aspects of the Observation, Assessment & Planning strand of the Early Years Foundation Stage framework.

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STARTING POINTS: PART 7 - Case study: Poppy, 36 months old

Meeting the emotional and learning needs of the unique child

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A Unique Child: Integrated Review - Deep thinking

In the final part of our series on the Integrated Review, Kay Mathieson examines how it brings together parents, EY practitioners and health professionals to provide an in-depth view...

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STARTING POINTS: PART 6 - Leo, 30 months

Meeting the emotional and learning needs of the unique child

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STARTING POINTS: Part 5 - Jagati, 24 months

Meeting the emotional and learning needs of the unique child

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STARTING POINTS: Part 4 - Finn, 20 months

Meeting the emotional and learning needs of the unique child

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A Unique Child: Integrated Review - And to follow

Good follow-up practice is vital in making the most of the Integrated Review, writes Dr Kay Mathieson

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A Unique Child: Integrated Review - As I see it

The Integrated Review has the potential to make us better understand individual children by combining perspectives, says Dr Kay Mathieson

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Early Years in School: Adult Role - Lead on

Teaching in an enabling environment is exemplified at one school in London. By Anna Ephgrave


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