EYFS: proformas for tracking pupil progressIf you find proformas helpful for tracking progress, download our individual and cohort-level tools to monitor progress against the early learning goals in your Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS).
Reception baseline assessmentAll new reception pupils will be expected to take the reception baseline assessment from September 2021. Find out how it works so you're prepared to carry it out.
Effective child-initiated learning in the EYFSLearn what constructive child-led learning practice looks like and how to find a good balance of child and adult-led activities. Use our expert's guidance to understand how to provide challenge to your EYFS children.
EYFS: example timetablesAre there examples of Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) timetables? This article highlights EYFS class timetables and nursery timetables. It also looks at examples of timetabling approaches in nursery schools developed in response to the 30 hour offer.
EYFS framework: changes for September 2021Changes to the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) framework will apply from 1 September 2021. Download our summary sheet to compare and contrast the changes with the existing framework, and read about the changes to assessment and moderation.
EYFS: planningOfsted doesn't specify what your EYFS planning should look like. See how other schools have approached it and find resources from an LA to help you get started.
Guided reading strategies in the EYFSAre there strategies for conducting guided reading in the EYFS? We refer to two experts' advice on how to conduct guided reading in the EYFS. We also link to an Ofsted report that highlights successful strategies for teaching reading in the EYFS, including guided reading.
Planning templates for the EYFSAre there planning templates for the EYFS framework? This article relays advice from one of our associate education experts on producing a planning template based on the EYFS framework. We also link to templates produced by local authorities.
Using continuous provision in the EYFSFind out how to create continuous provision in your classroom which sparks curiosity, allows children to play independently and gives them a sense of ownership over their environment.