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Rebecca Fisk outlines how early years practitioners can share information from the revised What to expect in the Early Years Foundation Stage: a guide for parents from the Department for Education with parents and carers.
The revised Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) statutory guidance came into force in September 2021. Changes to the early years educational programmes include a fundamental shift towards children understanding number and numeracy, with less emphasis on shape, space and measure, writes Rebecca Fisk.
The risks from Covid-19 are still very much present in the workplace and it is important to remember that employers have a duty of care towards their employees to protect the health and safety of their workforce. This information is being continually checked and updated.
Revisions to the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) framework now require childcare settings to do more to promote oral health for children. Rebecca Fisk explores the key role that early years providers play in sharing public health messages with children and parents about their oral health.
According to widespread media coverage, research findings and early years umbrella groups, the workforce is in crisis. Rebecca Fisk investigates some challenges within the early years workforce and highlights resources to support a better understanding of issues in recruitment and retention.