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Planning effectively to meet children’s individual needs and interests

The EYFS states that ‘practitioners must consider the individual needs, interests and stage of each child in their care, and must use this information to plan a challenging and enjoyable experience for each child’.

Delegates will have opportunities to:

• consider how to identify children’s individual needs and interests, including children’s starting points and ongoing achievements
• develop their understanding on how to use observations and assessments to plan effectively for the next stage in children’s learning
• reflect on the different stages of planning, long term, medium term and short term
• examine how to plan stimulating and challenging experiences to support all children to make good or outstanding progress

Audience:  All EYFS practitioners working in schools and settings and childminders

Trainer: Penny Cartwright

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Topic: 
Meeting the individual child's needs