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20 local authorities were involved in the Using ICT in Early Years Project. The main thrust of the project was to support the raising of childrens achievements in ICT capability within the early years. Ealing focused on the use ICT to capture childrens voices.
Case study focusing on developing effective communication for successful learning from Torbay: Kings and Queens Neighbourhood Nursery.
Summaries of the more important aspects of child development in each of the six stages of the EYFS: Birth-11 months, 8-20 months, 16-26 months, 22-36 months, 30-50 months, and 40-60+ months. Further information can be found in the Principles into Practice cards, in the Learning and Development sections on the CD-ROM and in the linked Early Support materials which give more detail on the areas of Learning and Development
Introduction to the ‘Using ICT in EYs Project’. The main thrust of the project was to support the raising of children’s achievements in ICT capability within the Early Years. The enquiry-based project focused upon the embedding of observational assessment practices across the Early Years and sought to involve children and their parents or carers in that process.
This is the second of three instalments in the ECaT: Guidance for Early Language Lead Practitioners series. It focuses on adult-led activities which will support language learning with small groups of children (mainly three years and over). The activities are based on the four themes of the EYFS and are intended to supplement instalment one and complement the existing ECAT provision. Ref: 00044-2009DOM-EN Publication date: January 2009
This is the first of three instalments in the ECaT: Guidance for Early Language Lead Practitioners series. It focuses on setting out on the journey to Every Child a Talker, the audit of language provision and the features of a communication-friendly setting. It includes guidance on supporting children learning English as an additional language and securing parental engagement as well as EYFS-related guidance on making the most of everyday activities. 00854-2008FLR-EN Ref: 00854-2008DOM-EN Publication date: November 2008
Case study showing how the use of information and communication technology (ICT) accelerated learning in Black African, Caribbean boys.
Supporting boys' achievements case study: Developing action research with practitioners in a nursery class in Gateshead
Case study based on a group of boys who previously showed no interest in writing. Through encouragement and guidance using topics of interest to the children, and with access to a wider range of resources, the boys started to develop writing-related skills.
School Improvement: Communication, Language and Literacy Development (CLLD) across Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1, North West region
The focus of the case study was to improve progress in, through and out of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), particularly in relation to early language acquisition and early reading.
Communication, Language and Literacy essential knowledge e-learning modules for early reading and writing
Providing all Communication, Language and Literacy development practitioners with essential knowledge and understanding in the light of the recommendations of the independent review of the teaching of early reading in 2006.
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