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FIRST EARWIG AMBASSADORS CONFERENCE IS A GREAT SUCCESS
We’re sure the offer of a wine tasting had nothing to do with it, but our first Earwig Ambassadors Conference was oversubscribed. A few inevitable last-minute cancellations meant that, in.
“The SEND green paper is a wolf in sheep’s clothing”
The long awaited SEND review published at the end of March in the form of a Government green paper has been poured over by everyone desperate for a reform to the SEND system.
Using the EYFS framework? Now is the time to convert to the new one …
IF YOU USE THE EYFS FRAMEWORK TO ASSESS PUPIL PERFORMANCE NOW IS THE TIME TO MAKE THE CHANGE TO THE NEW STATUTORY FRAMEWORK Most schools like to baseline.
DON’T BE AFRAID – THE NEW EYFS FORMAT IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY
From September, all schools in England will be reporting their early years performance against a whole new set of criteria. The key change is structural. The Age Ranges and.
How to implement engagement measures for pre-formal pupils without tears
Six months ago schools teaching pre-formal children had a reprieve. The implementation date for the new Engagement Model was moved back a year, to September 2021. But now even that.