oakley sunglasses cheap Guidance on tricky Standards: 3.3

Making the most of your Development Progress Review

Over the holidays someone sent in a query to the EarlyYearsTeacher.info Facebook site about Standard 3.3. To help you prepare your evidence we are going to regularly feature guidance on individual tricky Standards Cheap Oakleys and you are welcome to send in your requests.

So, here is some more guidance on this tricky bullet point, Standard 3.3.

Standard 3.3 can be hard to understand and evidence as it addresses two such large areas, EYFS and the areas of learning and development and learning in school up to Key Stage 2, and the continuity between EYFS and Key Stages 1 and 2. So, it can be really helpful to break 3.3 down into three smaller sections and plan your evidence for each section.

Firstly, you need to demonstrate your critical understanding of EYFS areas of learning and development. This means you need to evidence your understanding of EYFS as a Cheap Oakleys Sunglasses Outlet whole (perhaps in staff training handouts you have written) and demonstrate your knowledge of each area of learning in some detail, for example, in your written assignments and planning sheets.

You then need to show that you understand how a child’s skills in each area of learning progresses in school, through Key Stages 1 and 2. This means that you need to research each key stage d-arkweb.com and compare them to EYFS and the areas of learning. You can read about Key Stages 1 and 2 and the National Curriculum on the .gov website, but it would really help you understand how this all works in practice if you take time out to visiting a local school, even just for half a day.

Tip: Have a look through other Standards and bullet points and see which other criteria you could evidence through a visit to a local school.

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