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Do you all 'mark off' what ELGs/development matters you cover? There are so many we cover all the time and it seems crazy to do that. I show which I am covering on my CP planning and maths/literacy planning and any other adult led session I do. Is that enough?

I don't really have any long term planning, just brief topic names as a starting point for planning. I then mind map from these taking into account the children's interests and in a way my mind map becomes my medium term planning. Does this sound OK? There is another Reception teacher in my school who seems a little obsessed with ticking boxes and I want to get right away from all that.

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Yes this is similar to the way I do it otherwise you'd always be highlighting the same thing. I think it's necessary to have some sort of broad picture of areas you are NOT 'hitting' and some plans on how you can incorporate them.

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Hi we seem to be planning along the same lines - I work in Reception too. I found the overviews in the resource library really useful -( i have tried to link to one of the examples but not too sure what i am doing really!!) http://www.foundation-stage.info/forums/in...mp;showfile=173 I enlarge them and have A3 copies for each term and I highlight when I have made reference to one in my daily plans - obviously I reference each one more than once but dont highlight it again - it is useful to see where the gaps are and plan accordingly. Hope this helps not sure if i am making sense? I use the 22-36 months, 30-50 and 40-60 month sheets as this seems to cover the abilities of my class!

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