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A Child Centered EYFS
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A Child Centered EYFS



200 pages | Corwin UK
As EY practitioners, we know that child-centred practice is what matters. Despite the pressures for more 'school like' learning in the Early Years, EY professionals and practitioners continue to advocate for child-led best practice in settings.
This book is a toolkit for all those working with children on how to develop and implement a child centred curriculum for delivery of the EYFS. A curriculum that is research informed and based on what we know about children's development and learning. A curriculum that ensures children have the time and space to explore and develop the fundamental building blocks of early development.
 
Chapter 1: Building the vision
 
Chapter 2: What child development tells us – what young children need?
 
Chapter 3: The 7 areas of the Early Years Curriculum
 
Chapter 4: Communication Language and Literacy
 
Chapter 5: Personal Social and Emotional Development
 
Chapter 6: Physical Development
 
Chapter 7: Literacy
 
Chapter 8: Mathematics
 
Chapter 9: Understanding the World
 
Chapter 10: Expressive Arts and Design
 
Chapter 11: Pedagogy
 
Chapter 12: The Early Years Environment
 
Chapter 13: Statutory and Non-Statutory Guidance
 
Chapter 14: Wellbeing and Global Citizenship
 
Chapter 15: Equality, Diversity and Inclusion – The Unique Child

Aaron Bradbury

Aaron Bradbury Principal Lecturer Apprenticeships and Work Based Learning in Education, Early Years and Children's Social Care. Research Interests: Widening participation (access for all) with links to apprenticeship pedagogy, Early Years and Education. More About Author

Ruth Swailes