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Finding and exploring young children’s fascinations – Strengthening the quality of gifted and talented provision in the early years

Publication date:
Mar 2010
Ref:
00107-2010BKT-EN
Audience:
Carer, Deputy headteacher, Early years foundation stage practitioner, Early years leader, Guardian, Headteacher, ITT (initial teacher training) mentors, ITT student, Leading teacher, Local authority staff, NQT (newly qualified teacher), Parent, SIP (School Improvement Partner), Teacher
Function:
Guidance, School improvement, Phase guidance

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This guidance draws on current research evidence and practitioner case studies to explore how each child's unique strengths, interests, aptitudes and passions can be recognised, celebrated and nurtured in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS).

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