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Wondered if anyone would be willing to share how they plan for Foundation Stage ie weekly onto daily. Am struggling to find a format that works and am hoping i can make something that works for me.

Look forward to hearing from you

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Wondered if anyone would be willing to share how they plan for Foundation Stage ie weekly onto daily. Am struggling to find a format that works and am hoping i can make something that works for me.

Look forward to hearing from you

xx

 

I am constantly changing how I plan but for last term (and this hopefully...!) I've settled on these formats... I have no idea how correct they are but they work for me!

I do an overview of the topic i'm approaching so sort of a mini med term plan but ideas taken from either the children's obs or the EyeProfile areas of need. Then, I do a weekly plan that has quite a lot of detail. I plan my environment enhancements until Weds each week and then adapt according to the children's interests and complete seperate phonics plans.

I hope you find them useful!

2_week_overview_safari.doc

weekly_plan230209.doc

Plan_for_safari_role_play.doc

Rowan_Class_Phonics_Plans_Term_4_Week_1_beginning_23rd_February_2009.doc

Qx

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queline I like how you have an independent column in your phonics planning I might try that! It makes sense as it should be all about their own application.

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Thank you queline your planning looks very good, we plan a bit like you. i like your weekly/daily planning format its very easy to follow. I will be going back to school tomorrow to suggest a few changes to ours :)

Thanks again

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Hi queline

 

I notice on your planning you run three group times a day and phonics. Can I ask what your daily routine looks like as I only seem to manage three sessions a day including phonics if I could solve this it would make my planning much easier.

 

Thanks

 

Jay

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Hi queline

 

I notice on your planning you run three group times a day and phonics. Can I ask what your daily routine looks like as I only seem to manage three sessions a day including phonics if I could solve this it would make my planning much easier.

 

Thanks

 

Jay

 

 

Hi Jay,

 

I've uploaded by timetable - we do have a very long morning which helps i think. I would like to say that only one group works with an adult in session 1 and it is normally a short activity so most children get their 45-60minutes child initiated then.

Rowan_timetable_term_4.doc

 

Hope it's helpful

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Hi there,

 

I've just joined the forum, I'm an NQT in a reception class. I am finding it difficult to timetable in all the expected sessions by school and EYFS, and feel I'm loosing the EY's ethos, I really like the looks of quelines timetable and was wondering if anyone else would be willing to share their timetable, so I can get couple of ideas of ways to fit everything in but still remain EYs!?

 

ANything would be really really appreciated!

 

Thank you

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Thank you, have spent time looking through the resources on here and am finding some really useful planning, timetabling! I also work in a Reception unit with 61 children and 3 adults [2T and 1TA]. We have pressures to include shared read, write, numeracy and of course phonics every day aswell as 20min independetn CLL adn PRSN. Then a guided read, write and 2 guided numeracy a week, just feels very forced and I'm unable to spend time among the children's play. So thank you for your timetables etc :o

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