I went on a course recently and they said typical progress in a year is moving 3 jumps, e.g. starting at 30-50 months beginning, to 30-50 months within, to 30-50 months secure, to 40-60 months beginning. More than 3 steps is good progress. If they start at 40-60 months beginning and meet the early learning goal I think this would show 3 jumps which is only typical progress. Many of these children are very confident in the early learning goal and show some characteristics of exceeding but not enough for an exceeding judgement. We have a lot of children withing this section, as I'm sure many school do, but is it correct that this isn't good progress?