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deejay
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I think if I were to ask the parents in my setting what the EYFS was they would all stare at me blankley. I always explain to them what it is on induction into the pre-school but I thikn at the time I am bombarding them with so much information they probably dont take very much in.

 

What I would like is nothing no bigger than an A4 sheet explaining what the EYFS is. I know this is a tall order but I really dont think the majority of parents would be interested in reading any more than and A4 sheet - does one of these exist? If not does anyone know if I can directly quote off of websites like direct.gov or would that be plagerism?

 

I want to devise something that is a bit interesting to look at with the main points of the EYFS covered. We have just started a WOW wall which is going down brilliantly and after a not quite so glowing RAG judgement I want to try and make an effort before our EYFS development worker comes in to show that I am making an effort to try and address the issues on the RAG judgements - any help appreciated what do you use?

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There is a downloadable parents leaflet that can be accessed through the CD ROM, I think.

 

Sue

 

Or I may be thinking of Inge's first link!!

 

Thanks for your help ladies I will certainly look at those and another kind members has mailed me what they use so I shall take it all into consideration - all your help is much appreciated

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as well as giving the parents lots of info in their introduction pack, i write a bit on each half terms newsletter taken from the principles in all areas with a short explaination on what the EYFS is all about, i don't know if anyone takes any notice but they can't say we haven't tried!!!!!

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