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What do you think of doing adult led focused activities in o o s c . do you follow eyfs planning and cover the seven areas of learning

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I think the requirement is to follow the EYFS for children of that age (so in reception class at school). We don't run our OOSC anymore but when we did, our planning was very loose and flexible as children had been in the structured environment of school all day. We used to make the occasional obs of EYFS children and passed this on to school. We did carry out activities that would need to be led by an adult such as cooking or craft, but did this more to engage children and do something they enjoyed rather than have strict learning objectives.

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thanx for the reply, did you keep any evidence of the activities you did with the children like photos and comments. we do so as to show we do cover the eyfs . we do the activities like you to engage the children not to educate. we have older children as well and they need to be kept motivated and this helps with behaviour children are asked what they would like to do so we can plan around there interests.

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