It is a well known fact that the mental development of a child during the years 0-5 is of crucial importance. Parents do play a significant role during this time but there is also a requirement of professionals to step in and boost the development process. The Early Years Foundation Stage or EYFS curriculum planning takes into account the challenges faced by the child, parents and teaching professionals. It makes available information that is gleaned from various sources to make it easier for the child to get to the next stage of learning and most importantly get ready for school. We are Preschool consultant in India for eyfs curriculum development and early years (EYFS) lesson plans and ideas.

Early intervention principles

The curriculum planning is done based on early intervention principles. It recognizes the fact that teaching professionals should work with parents to achieve the best outcomes. The EYFS has already set standards related to learning, development as well as care of children in the age group 0-5 years and expects all schools to follow these standards. Children centers are also expected to follow these standards so that robust building blocks are created towards early intervention.

Two programs like the Healthy Child Program and the Family Nurse Partnership Program are critical to the success of this early intervention initiative.

Integrated approach of EYFS

It is however the integrated approach towards early learning and development that gives EYFS the edge over others. Teaching professionals are provided with an established set of principles so that they can deliver quality education. Parents benefit as they can rest assured their children will get the benefit of standardized statutory commitments from any school they choose that follows the EYFS framework.

Under the EYFS framework, staff: child qualifying ratios are clearly defined. The staff who has completed level 3 Early Years Educator qualification is also expected to have completed the level 2 qualification in the subjects of Mathematics and English. Contact us if you are planning The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) curriculum for your preschool / playschool or daycare in India.

Similarly, all those who qualify for the early years workforce with either a level 2 or level 3 must also hold a comprehensive or emergency certificate in PFA or Pediatric First Aid training.

What is the learning curriculum under EYFS?

The focus is on 3 important areas such as:

•         Development on the social, personal and emotional fronts
•         Language skills and fluency in communication
•         Physical development.

The above 3 areas then feed into another 4 specific learning areas as under:

•           Literacy
•           Mathematics
•           World understanding
•           Expressive arts and design

The above 7 areas are further divided such that they form 17 aspects that the child must work on through the year. The objective is to reach the Early Learning Goal for each of the aspects and represents the culmination of the development and learning for that particular aspect. The assessment of the child’s progress is done based on how many Early Learning Goals the child has managed to reach during the year. We offer development and eyfs planning sheets for nursery in India.

Through the year, parents and teaching staff are fully aware of the learning goals to be achieved and work towards their achievement with common zeal.

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