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The EYFS 2013/14. Outcomes and Challenges. The EYFS. 2013 EYFS Profile results LA challenges in EYFS CPD and support What the future holds. The New EYFSP. 1 – Emerging (a broad measure) 2 – Expected 3 – Exceeding (new Year 1 input) - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
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Page 1: The EYFS 2013/14

The EYFS 2013/14

Outcomes and Challenges

Page 2: The EYFS 2013/14

The EYFS

• 2013 EYFS Profile results

• LA challenges in EYFS

• CPD and support

• What the future holds

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The New EYFSP

1 – Emerging (a broad measure)

2 – Expected

3 – Exceeding (new Year 1 input)

National Good Level Development = those expected+ in PSED, CL&L, Maths and PD

(12 ELGs)

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LA summary

• GLD 55.1% (regional ranges from 45% - 57%)

• Average GLD point score is 2.30

• Highest % ELGS – Physical development, communication & language and PSED

• Lowest % ELGs – Writing and Numbers

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Key Findings

• Maths is more challenging (included in GLD)!• Writing and number are lowest in many schools (child

scoring 1 in these ELGs would not be included in GLD)• Physical development, PSED and technology continue to

do well• 3 children excluded from data• Vulnerable group data – SEN, FSM, Gender, EAL (LAC)• Boys are doing less well than girls except in technology• National provisional is 52% (2012 - 64%)• Statistical neighbour – GLD 45% (2012 – 67%)

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How are we doing compared to 2012?

National expectation or GLD

• 2013 - 55.1 (excludes UTW, EA&D)

• 2012 - 57.8 (all AOL)

Narrowing the Gap

• 2013 - 29.2

• 2012 - 27.4

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Area of Learning GLD

Literacy

2012 - 61.4 2013 - 64.5 (CL 76.2)

PSED

2012 – 79.3 2013 - 80.0

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Group Data

• FSM significant differences in attainment –

Literacy, Maths and Communication/Language• FSM least significant differences –

Art & Design, Physical Development

• EAL – non EAL differences are small in all ELGs.

Largest difference in UTW and EAD

C&L - Non EAL 2.06 APS, EAL 2.04 APS

PSED - Non EAL 2.04 APS, EAL 2.04 APS

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Challenges

• Developing writing to raise attainment

• Enhancing maths planning/assessment

• Continued focus on communication & language to impact on literacy

• Focus on the teaching of EAL children in the early years

• Investigate boy’s results further

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AOL Links

• All goals in the Prime Areas link to skills needed in maths and science

• The Specific goals build on content and knowledge

• C&L – listening, questioning, responding,

giving accurate responses, asking

why and how?,

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• Physical DevelopmentFine and gross motor skills, healthy lifestyles

• PSEDTrying new things, knowing fairness/rules,

working together and taking on other ideas

• Understanding the WorldKnowing similarities/differences, key

features of living things, materials, the world around them

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The Characteristics of Effective Learning (how children learn?)

• Playing and exploring

• Experiencing and having a go

• Creating & thinking critically

• Making links between ideas

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CPD and support

• 3 members in the EYFS team

• CPD includes termly training for new staff, EYFS for senior leaders, Year 1, learning support staff, statutory moderation

• EYFS Annual Conference 24 October

• In-school advice & support

• Cluster networking

• Lead Teacher support

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Proposed Changes !!!• A possible revision to the ‘new’ EYFS

• The EYFS Profile to become non-statutory

• An on-entry baseline assessment to be reintroduced nationally at the start of the year

• 2 year old offer to be available to schools (progress check)

• New EYFS Outcomes document Sept. 2013

• The new primary curriculum and how this builds on EYFS


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