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Not forgetting that's the balance of collected evidence, not the amount of time a child is spending in those types of activity - that's "a balance" so 50/50. I often find confusion with that in my schools so just wanted to remind!!!

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(Attached doc adapted from a slide shown by Iram Siraj - Blatchford once, talking about EPPE research)

adult_and_child_time.doc

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Sue Ellis of the National Strategies is keen to dispel the myth that children must now spend 80 per cent of their time playing.

 

The idea arose from the EYFS assessment document, which states that evidence should come 80 per cent from child-initiated and 20 per cent from adult-led activities. But there is no such rule. Basically, one-third of the day should be spent on adult-initiated and two-thirds on child- initiated activities, half of which is spent playing alongside adults.

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