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FSP Physical Exemplars

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by perriwinkle, Feb 7, 2011.

  1. perriwinkle

    perriwinkle New commenter

    Does anybody know where I might be able to locate exemplifications for the Physical development scale points that I could share with our PE teacher, who isn't an Early Years specialist?

    Have looked in resources, but can't seem to find anything related to this.

    Many thanks.
     
  2. perriwinkle

    perriwinkle New commenter

    OK, so it's boring.......but still need help please!
     
  3. pisces77

    pisces77 New commenter

    Look in the eyfs handbook for the profile all areas of learning are in their with exemplification hope that helps.
     
  4. pisces77

    pisces77 New commenter

    You can download the handbook from the eyfs part of the strategy site if you don't have a hard copy.Not sure how to upload it in this post sorry.
     
  5. perriwinkle

    perriwinkle New commenter

    Thanks, I've shown her the profile book, but she's really not seeming to grasp the concept the moment.

    It's taking a lot of time to explain something that is really very simple,whether you are an early years specialist or not!!


    Many thanks though
     
  6. perriwinkle

    perriwinkle New commenter

    *AT the moment* Doh!! Maybe things aren't so simple today!
     

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