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EYFS Training: Part 1 - Going back to basics

In a new series updating our popular EYFS Training series from 2010, Charlotte Goddard looks at the EYFS, its underpinning principles and changes ahead in 2019

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EYFS training: Part 2 - The key person role

Because the key person is linked to attachment, it is a vital role for practitioners to understand and to be well-trained on. Charlotte Goddard explores the options

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EYFS training: Part 3 – Observation, assessment and planning - Good looking

How should practitioners best be observing children, assessing progress and letting this knowledge inform their planning, asks Charlotte Goddard

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EYFS training: Part 4 – Birth to 18 months - Baby brain

What are the statutory training requirements for staff working in baby rooms and what relevant courses are available? Charlotte Goddard reports

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EYFS training: part 5 – 18 to 36 months - Twos up

Charlotte Goddard looks at the training and support available to early years practitioners responsible for children in the 18 to 36 months age group

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EYFS training: part 6 – physical development - Get physical

What are the training opportunities for practitioners on physical development, and how can provision in this area be improved? By Charlotte Goddard

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EYFS training: part 7 – communication and language - Keep talking

How might the Government’s primary school pledge and new ELGs affect C&L training? By Charlotte Goddard