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Discussion in 'Primary' started by sallylou, Jul 8, 2015.
Yes there should be continuous provision for year 1. Resources and activities should be appropriate for the age group. Children need to have the opportunity to practise the skills they have acquired, whilst doing things they want to do. Summer born year 1 children are just 5 yrs old when they start year 1. Why should their day be any different from a reception child who turns 5 in September and has continuos provision all year. Having continuous provision available enhances learning. It doesn't stop children from reaching end of year expectations.
That's my view.