EYFS INSET : Achieving Outstanding Early Years Provision

EYFS

Very informative, lots of thought provoking ideas

Tanya Cross,  Assistant Head, Inglehurst Junior School

  • Do you know what outstanding looks like in EYFS?
  • Are you able to evidence it in practice?
  • Are you aware of how the inspection process has changed in 2019/20?
  • Do understand the Ofsted Inspection framework and documentation for Early years?

To be outstanding is a shared responsibility between early years practitioners, line managers/senior leaders and parents. There have been a number of key changes to the Ofsted Inspection Framework in 2019 which your EYFS team need to understand in practice to achieve or maintain the Outstanding judgement.

Two documents in Ofsted’s Education Inspection Framework were updated. These were:
Early Years Inspection Handbook (2019)
Inspecting Safeguarding in Early Years and Skills Settings (2019).

These can be downloaded here

Embedding a learning culture of improvement is an essential ingredient on this journey. Understanding these needs and how they express themselves in the early years environment will help achieve this goal.

If you are looking for an Early Years INSET which is less Inspection focussed , take a look at our other EYFS courses

INSET Outline:

Understanding and recognising the key features of quality EYFS practice

Identifying quality teaching and learning across the Prime and Specific areas of learning

Using Development Matters to effectively support child development and learning

Understanding the Characteristics of Effective Learning

Reviewing the revised EYFS guidance on the characteristics of effective learning

Exploring playing and exploration, active learning, creating and thinking critically in practice

The adult’s role in engaging children and enhancing their learning

The Role of the EYFS Leader in the pursuit of Outstanding Practice

Setting consistent standards

Monitoring Teaching and Learning

Ensuring what children know, can remember and do is strong

Supporting the Nursery team

Unpicking the Ofsted 2019 Inspection framework

Key changes to the Ofsted 2019 for Early Years

Curriculum Intent, Implementation & Impact

The new judgement areas and grade descriptors

New Focus on :

Vocabulary
Physical Development
Quality of Education
Cultural capital.

The Importance of Parental Engagement and Partnerships

Working with parents

Who is this course for?

EYFS practitioners, EYFS leaders, Nursery Managers, Heads or Senior Leadership new to the Early Years experience.

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