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Developing An Enabelling Environment?


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I think I'd start by taking each area of your setting in turn, talking to the staff about the equipment and resources there, making sure they are easily accessible to the children, and talking through at staff meetings and in-house training all the typical sorts of learning that can occur in each of those areas, and how practitioners can support child-initiated play. Tackle a little bit at a time :o Have you looked in the resource library under continuous provision? There are some wonderful resources that members have donated that describe what sort of learning goes on during continuous provision, as opposed to focus activities.

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Have you thought about carrying out an ECERS this is a useful tool for highlighting areas for development and reflecting on current practice, although it is a bit of a paper exercise. :o

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