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Invitation to write a two-side piece on the issues of the EYFS please contribute

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by adora, Jun 29, 2010.

  1. Everything Cuckoomoomoo said. Have a sticker!
    Fantastic post...
  2. Before learning journeys and profiles there were teachers who were happy and had the energy to truly enjoy their children whilst still attaining all the goals. Now it's a matter of having to collect and document all this evidence- for who? It's as if we cannot be trusted to assess acurately and record what the children can do. I feel as if I am on trial to prove that what I have said is true and at what expense to those eager faces that I greet each day. far too much time on collecting evidence and not enough letting those children just be children and do what they do best anyway- experiencing and exploring and learning.

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