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Individual Next Steps For Learning In Reception


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Hi,

Please can anyone help with how you manage ' individual next steps for learning'.

 

What do you use to record these next steps, how often do you plan the next steps - is it termly?

 

What, when and how ... any help greatly appreciated as we need to develop this and make it clearer as to how we are identifying and planning for children's next steps.

 

Thanks.

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We have a planning book for children's interests/needs spontaneously observed during the day - anything they talk about that's worth building on, need developing, etc. On top of that we observe 4 children a day following a schedule - these are planned observation which provide individual steps. They contribute towards the next activities. I usually plan them for next week. These could be incorporated into CI activities, small groups or Big Group. The school I used to work in before planned for the needs straight away - next day or ASAP. You'll have to work out what is the most workable and at the same time effective for developing children's abilities routine.

Sorry, it's complicated, but then so is EYFS. :o

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The way I have been doing it this year which is working well for me is to record the next steps on next the childrens observations. I then use these to write PLODs (individual learning plans) which I do half termly. I then have 5 focus a week, I use the individual plans to enhance provision and plan actvities based on their needs/interests. If there are significant interests or learning I will record it on the bottom of my continuous provision planning sheet and plan for it the following week.

 

Hope that makes sense. x

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