A qualified teacher reads the Early Years Coalition’s ‘Birth to 5 Matters’ document so you don’t have to (But you still should)!
A guide for teachers on how they can best support children moving from Reception to Year 1.
After the DfE released the new Development Matters document, the Early Years Coalition created the Birth to 5 Matters document.
Ofsted have released a report about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on children’s academic development. Thoughts from a teacher.
A qualified teacher – and early years expert – explains a typical routine your child will follow when they start school.
A new Development Matters is coming. A qualified teacher goes through all the changes you need to know about!
A qualified teacher goes through the differences between the current EYFS framework and the new framework being proposed by the UK Government.
A qualified teacher goes through the UK Governments response to the recent consultation on the new Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) framework.
8 – 20 Months of Child Development explained! Talking through the descriptors and how to create opportunities for development in each area of the EYFS.
Birth – 11 Months of Child Development explained! Talking through the descriptors and how to create opportunities for development in each area of the EYFS.
To have your say on the proposed changes to the EYFS, fill out the survey. Please note: the survey closes on January 31st 2020
Find out about the Characteristics of Effective Learning: what they are and how they are used in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS).
Get to grips with the exceeding descriptors – what they are and how they are used. These are in line with the current EYFS – when proposed changes come into […]
A quick and simple way of marking? Could it be true? YES! In today’s video, I go over how to mark in this format and give some examples so you […]
Do your Parents’ Evenings keep finishing later and later, because you’re constantly running over your 10-minute slots? Here are my tips on how to keep everything running smoothly and on […]
Advice for teachers wondering how to make the best use of their time when scheduling appointments with parents and carers.
As the trial continues, I update you on how it’s going and why it’s happening in the first place.
SEND, EAL, FSM, LSA… what does it all mean? In this video I explain some commonly-used school jargon that can be confusing for parents and new teachers alike!
Help your child prepare for their first year of school! Don’t forget to watch my video with ten other tips for starting school.
A qualified primary teacher discusses her opinion on the concept of punishing the whole class.