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What paperwork can't you live without - trainee teacher on an early years schools direct in September!

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by louise88x, Jun 19, 2015.

  1. I have finally been accepted on a FS/KS1 schools direct course (applied for 4 years to do my teacher training!). What paperwork should I have available and ready to look at in my folder? So far I have ....

    Teaching Standards

    Early Learning Goals

    Characteristics of effective learning

    Development matters

    Curriculum year 1 - 3 in the front and 4-6 in the back (not sure if will need those last ones)

    Ofsted key indicators for grading

    Outstanding lesson check list

    WALT/WILF/WALF/TIB definitions

    Autumn term events calendar

    Info on supporting EAL children

    Info on supporting fine motor skills

    Info on supporting thinking skills

    Info on behavioural difficulties

    Info on Autism / Aspergers

    Info on ADHD

    Info on Dyslexia / Dyscalculia

    Info on Dyspraxia

    Info on Dysgraphia

    Info on Oppositional Defiant Disorder

    Scholastic national curriculum in full highlighted and annotated

    Ordered letters and sounds training manual

    I'm personally interested in SEN hence the info and have applied for 4 years and only just got on so want to make sure that I do well :)

    Anything I have missed off?
     
  2. Msz

    Msz Established commenter

    There are a few in there I'd personally bin
     
  3. Kartoshka

    Kartoshka Established commenter

    Development Matters includes the characteristics of effective learning and the early learning goals. So you don't need those separately.

    If your focus is on FS and KS1, I don't think you need the KS2 curriculum - you're unlikely to look at it, although I suppose there's no harm in having the Year 3 stuff there to look at to see progression.

    I did an Early Years PGCE (FS and KS1) and the only paperwork I really looked at during the course was Development Matters and Letters & Sounds.
     
  4. Msz

    Msz Established commenter

    docs in italics I would put in a separate file if this is something you are really interested

    docs that are underlined I would file in the bin as unnecessary
     

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