Eyfs Learning And Development 4.3 Creativity And Critical Thinking
The Purpose and Aims of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS).
Every child deserves the best possible start in life and support to fulfil their potential.
Understanding the elements of music ,such as rhythm and pitch , from which develops children's ability to speak 3.
Understanding the process of representation which leads to understanding the symbolic nature of written language 4.
‘Positive Relationships’ is one of the four complementary themes of the Early Years Foundation Stage.
It is broken down into four commitments which highlight the crucial role early years practitioners have in working with parents to support the learning and development of children.
The EYFS is mandatory for all schools and early years providers in Ofsted registered settings attended by young children – that is children from birth to the end of the academic year in which the child has their fifth birthday.
The fine motor skills which are needed for writing .
From September 2008 it was made mandatory for all early years providers including maintained schools, non-maintained schools, independent schools and childcare providers (After School Clubs) registered by Ofsted on the Early Years Register ’A Unique Child’ is one of the four complementary themes of the Early Years Foundation Stage.
Creativity is often more about the process, rather than the actual product.
: Discipline – developing self control through a requirement to practice (for example such as playing a musical instrument, needs practice) : Emotional intelligence – being able to express emotions.