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Hi, just wanted to post that I had individual moderation today for Eyfs profile, which i was really worried about.

But it was a really enjoyable experience and the moderator has given me some really good tips on how to improve some things that i was struggling with in class - . like fitting in planning and review time as this is something i wanted to tart doing.

I was asked to just talk about my children, how did i know they had attained that scale point etc. She took my professional judgement on everything and then flicked through my special books afterwards to look at the range of ways i collect evidence.

 

Really easygoing and only recommendation was to update to 3.2 instead of 3.1. so really chuffed!

 

In a really awful week for me this has been my highlight!

 

Lucie

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Good to hear you had such a good experience, Lucie, we hear so many bad stories these days.

I have to say when I was teaching reception, it was always positive and supportive too.

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[ . like fitting in planning and review time as this is something i wanted to tart doing.

 

 

Hi Lucie

 

Well done on your moderation! xD

Can I ask a question - how does she suggest you fit in planning/reflection time? I really would like to do this on a more regular basis, but with assembly, phonics, guided read,cll, psrn .... :o . where does it go :( !

 

thanks

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Rosie64, she suggested

-beginning by keeping just a small group to get them used to it, in rotation for a few weeks,

-discussion with a partner and sharing a few - could be tagged on to the end of another whole class session.

-getting them to write (in whatever form that may take at whatever point in the year - she did suggest that this would show quite a good progression in indepedendent writing over the year) what they will do

-she talked about something called 'tummy time' for intimate sessions with less pressure.

 

I asked for advice bc as a catholic school it is RE that seems to take over the curriculum, and i normally do this as a whole class for 10-15mins after lunch before CIP so she gave me some ideas for 'tagging' planning time on the end.

 

Lucie

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