At Early Years CPD we will be launching our programme of study for this award from September but in the meantime we would like to bring you up to speed, about what's different about this qualification, how it is structured and how it can be achieved. Well - what's different about the Diploma is that it brings together 3 specialist pathways.
The EYFS framework states: The clause continues by confirming that the focus for the youngest children should be on the three prime areas, with the four specific areas being introduced as the child grows in ability and confidence across the three prime areas.
In reality this means that you must be aware of the areas of learning and development and promote them in the activities and experiences that children in your care undertake. Ofsted will likely want to see evidence that they are central to your observation, assessment and planning, and so are at the heart of your provision.
This evidence may be through you sitting with the inspector watching a child carry out an activity, with you explaining how the activity supports an area of learning and development and how the child has developed in that area. You may also keep written evidence through observation, assessment and planning documents.
This area contains three aspects and three early learning goals. We will discuss each aspect and review each early learning goal before suggesting activities that will promote each aspect for both younger and older EYFS-aged children.
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