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Local Authorities have a statutory duty to provide information, advice and training to their Early Years workforce, and Early Years consultants should be at the forefront of delivering this. Consultants are key players in ensuring that a local authority's quality improvement strategy is implemented in all settings in a way that impacts on the lives of children and their families, offering measured support in inverse proportion to success. This requires strong leadership and partnerships with settings across the maintained and private, voluntary and independent sectors, as well as with other children's services providers. This handbook offers some tools and information which Early Years consultants will find useful in carrying out this important role. Ref: 00127-2008BKT-EN Publication date: September 2008
Booklet for leaders and managers of all settings and schools with an EYFS, EYFS co-ordinators, assessment co-ordinators, subject leaders, Year 1 co-ordinators, Early Years consultants and strategic leads, local authority assessment leads, SIP managers and SIPs. Ref: 00217-2009BKT-EN Publication date: March 2009
This guidance offers a route map to local authorities in finding a way through Early Years data. It contains signposting to data that LAs can access to support the setting of PSA targets 10 and 11 as well as the targeting of resources and identifying areas for development.
Training package which aims to establish an understanding of the principles of the Foundation Stage and how they can be used to ensure an effective transition to Key Stage 1. This material is for all staff and members of the governing body in maintained primary schools.
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