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Implementing Eyfs In Special Schools


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I have just taken on a new post implementing EYFS in a special school with children with a wide range of learning difficulties. I am beginning to realise that, whilst wishing to uplhold the principles of the foundation stage some aspects will be impossible to introduce. For example, child initiated learning ( most have 1:1 assistance) and free flow activities. Has anyone, or is anyone doing the same job as me?

Any advice welcomed!!! Nobody seems to have any answers on how to do this effectively!

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Hi,

 

I don't know whereabouts you are in the country but I would suggest you get in touch with a place like 'Ilminster Specialist Nursery' in Bristol.

It's an LEA nursery but has a high proportion of children with additional needs. You might be able to visit or find somewhere nearer home like that.

Also try 'Opportunity Pre-schools' in your local area for advice.

 

Good luck- not an easy gig.

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