Here you will find a wide selection of EYFS Childcare Observation Templates which cater to different approaches when observing children in the early years. Including templates for long observations, photo observations, snapshots, care sheets and parental contributions as well as templates for group observations, these Childcare Observation.
In Early Years Foundation Stage Principle 1.4 one of the themes emphasises that every child is unique and has the ability to learn and develop in a confident manner. This will allow practitioners to understand the importance of being in tune with children and this can be done through knowledge of child development and observations.
A collection of early years (EYFS) and key stage 1 (KS1) resources designed to help with observation, assessment and planning in early years settings. Includes an editable learning journey cover and introduction as well as observation and assessment sheets and labels featuring the EYFS statements for each of the relevant age groups.You may also find our SEN section useful, as this contains.
The Statutory Framework for EYFS states that teachers should observe children to “understand their level of achievement, interests and learning styles, and to then shape learning experiences for each child reflecting those observations”, adding that they should “respond to their own day-to-day observations about children’s progress and observations that parents and carers share”.Learn More
Observation, Assessment and Planning EYFS Statutory Assessment. The Early Years Profile is to remain statutory for the time being. However, following the decision to abandon on-entry assessment of children entering reception classes last year there has now been a consultation: Primary Assessment in England which invited views about the perceived need for a form of baseline assessment.Learn More
The format that we used turned out to be very useful and really help to clarify what sort of thing we should be looking for in EYFS and what it COULD look like. I though I would share it with you so that you can tell me what you think and see if we can't come up with an even better version!Learn More
There are a wide variety of writing frames with different levels of scaffolding which are suitable for all levels of early writers. Provide these as part of adult-led activities or as a stimulus for child-initiated writing activities in your EYFS setting.Learn More
Revised EYFS Observation Assessment and Planning. The following pro-formas have been written to support you with developing your planning and assessment formats to ensure that they reflect the language and ethos of the revised EYFS. They will also give you the opportunity to reflect upon and adapt your current formats.Learn More
The Early Years Foundation Stage Profile was the new name for the Foundation Stage Profile from September 2008 with its content remaining as such. Mainly 6 stages are there in EYFS for Learning and Development. This is equally important and is usually connected to one another.Learn More
Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS). This entails a practitioner’s keen observation of each child, as to his or her interests, skills, personality traits, etc. and get cues from the children themselves as to how they would like their learning to be structured.. From simple essay plans, through to full dissertations, you can guarantee we.Learn More
Observation sheets (PDF - 32.44 KB) Planning sheet 0 - 2 years ( PDF - 99.89 KB).Learn More
The essay then frames the observation in a narrative format. To help you see what I mean by this, I’ve included comments in both essays to highlight key sections, as well as each paper’s strengths and weaknesses. For both observation essay examples, my commentary is below each paragraph.Learn More
Use of knowledge of the EYFS to provide rich sensory experiences, stimulating curiosity and investigation; A range of activities that engage children's interests. Children should choose and be guided towards activities that help them learn across the different areas of development. Download our observation form template. Read further.Learn More
Use this handy lesson observation template to help you when you are observing a colleague. The template can be edited to add in particular focuses you have. Ideal to ensure that you have a valuable and useful conversation after an observation.Learn More
The cards act as an observation aid by describing different aspects of EYFS observations, such as the actions observed, questions asked and the next steps. A useful resource to have on hand for observations of foundation stage children. What can you learn by observing children?Learn More