Mar 17, 2017 · In any typical early years setting, childcare professionals will be making informal observations most of the time. Except that, rather than suggesting they are conducting an observation, they might say they ‘noticed’ something, may ‘wonder’ why a child did/did not act in a certain way, or employ many other expressions to flag up significant aspects of a child’s behaviour. Classroom Observation Tip Sheet Page 4 of 7 e Tip Sheet for Maximizing Classroom Observations Observe students’ learning in a continuous, systematic, planned and open manner throughout the school year. Obtain descriptive information on a student’s learning at a point in time that shows how the

Development Requirements) Order 2007 (amended in 2012). The act states that this order can specify the arrangements required for assessing children for the purpose of ascertaining what they have achieved in relation to the ELGs. Statutory framework for the early years foundation stage The EYFS framework Make sure you have read the DfE Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage (2014), and can refer to it when completing the form. Please call your Early Years Consultant or email [email protected] if you require support to complete the form. You will need all setting information including details about: