Early Childhood - Early Years Curriculum

When was the national curriculum introduced to England and Wales?
1988
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How did Stephen (2006) define curriculum?
A way of structuring learning experiences, an organised progam of activities, opportunities and interactions
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What does the EYFS (Early Years Foundation Stage) do?
Sets standards for development, learning and care for children from birth to 5 years
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What age does KS1 cover?
5-7 years
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When was the EYFS most recently revised?
March 2018
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What are 3 prime areas of the EYFS
Personal, social and emotional development. Communication and language. Physical development.
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What are the 4 specific areas of the EYFS?
Literacy, maths, understanding the world, expressive arts and design
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How are assessments in EYFS helpful?
Helps to recognise progress, understand needs and plan activities/support
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