The 2019 Exceeding the Standards – Third edition includes updated tables outlining how educators can achieve exceeding in their assessment and rating, along with information on the three ‘exceeding’ themes. Used in conjunction with other supporting material, this resource will promote discussion and ensure quality practice.
The Bridge to Transition systematically describes the key concepts that underpin a successful transition programme, including talk, literacy, numeracy, executive functions, social and physical skills, and wellbeing. Through reflective questions, it guides teachers to connect these areas to their own curriculum documents and the needs of their children.
The third edition of this highly popular book features the up-to-date NQS along with guidelines on the exceeding themes and how to exceed the NQS. It includes proformas, templates and reflection questions to help all staff understand the EYLF and NQS along with ideas for time-saving, visually appealing planning to meet the requirements.
EAL in Practice gives clear guidance to educators about how to support the communication and language development of children learning English as an additional language in early years settings, with reference to the new 2018 National Quality Framework. This practical resource can be referred to when questions or queries arise with EAL learners.
Developing Early Maths through Story is a guide to help educators feel more confident about teaching early mathematics. Ideal for use with 3- to 5-year-olds, this resource will encourage young learners to engage with mathematical concepts, both outdoors and indoors, and show educators how to help children creatively develop maths skills.