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New development matters - an optimistic question!

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by hyssop_puppy, Apr 3, 2012.

  1. Our school has been using development matters highlighting sheets for a while now. Six sheets, one for each area of learnng. They have proved very useful as a paper document of children's achievements, informing planning and future assessment.
    I know the changes aren't huge but there are some differences between the new DM and the old. Has anyone revised/is anyone planning to revise a document similar to the one I've described? I have uploaded the one we use to resources, but I'm not sure I could face redoing the whole thing. Is there anyone out there feeling efficient AND generous?
     
  2. Our school has been using development matters highlighting sheets for a while now. Six sheets, one for each area of learnng. They have proved very useful as a paper document of children's achievements, informing planning and future assessment.
    I know the changes aren't huge but there are some differences between the new DM and the old. Has anyone revised/is anyone planning to revise a document similar to the one I've described? I have uploaded the one we use to resources, but I'm not sure I could face redoing the whole thing. Is there anyone out there feeling efficient AND generous?
     
  3. I don't know if this will work but someone (sorry can't remember) has put them in resources.
    http://www.tes.co.uk/ResourceDetail.aspx?storyCode=6197796

     
  4. Thank you for caring!
    I had actually found the very same resource myself.
    It looks like the very thing I was after, so I'm going to go back and leave a comment now.
    Thanks again BLRPH05!
     
  5. GemsEYFS

    GemsEYFS New commenter

    The resources from the link are great! like previous poster said, these are what i have used for a few years now, one for each individual child to inform my planning/ tracking and to see gaps in learning.
    So thank you for the link. It saved me LOTS of time[*]
     

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