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First timer for the EYFS

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by taitai, Feb 27, 2012.

  1. Hi All,
    I am teaching 2.5 yr to 3.5 yr olds and it's the first time following the EYFS for me. I have been teaching for 4 years but under a different curriculum in USA (also EYs). I am a bit nervous about the EYFS since I have read about it and it seems so complicated to follow! And with lots of paperwork, learning profile, journals, etc. Can you PLEASE help where I can start off with?
    1. What do you recommend I should start first?
    2. Will it be difficult for me to pick it up as a first timer?
    3. Do you recommend I should do a short course on different aspects of the EYFS? I am trained in EYs but not in UK.
    4. Are there any terms/wordings I should know about? What is the learning journey?
    All your advice would be so helpful since I am still very nervous and think I won't be able to cope with the papework and how to do it 'properly'.

    Thank YOU!!

     
  2. Hi All,
    I am teaching 2.5 yr to 3.5 yr olds and it's the first time following the EYFS for me. I have been teaching for 4 years but under a different curriculum in USA (also EYs). I am a bit nervous about the EYFS since I have read about it and it seems so complicated to follow! And with lots of paperwork, learning profile, journals, etc. Can you PLEASE help where I can start off with?
    1. What do you recommend I should start first?
    2. Will it be difficult for me to pick it up as a first timer?
    3. Do you recommend I should do a short course on different aspects of the EYFS? I am trained in EYs but not in UK.
    4. Are there any terms/wordings I should know about? What is the learning journey?
    All your advice would be so helpful since I am still very nervous and think I won't be able to cope with the papework and how to do it 'properly'.

    Thank YOU!!

     

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