Continuous Provision in the Early Years

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By Alistair Bryce-Clegg, Featherstone, 18.99


Effective continuous provision, where children can develop their learning without an adult present, is about much more than offering a selection of resources linked to a general area of development. As the author points out, it should be linked to an assessment of a current cohort as well as providing opportunities for exploration and discovery.

This book provides an indispensable guide to addressing all the challenges of continuous provision and approaching it creatively, with detailed advice on setting it up, planning, timetabling, skill and development, in the process and pulling it all together.

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