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Hi

We have been waiting months for our early years mentor to visit to help us re vamp our planning and help with re flow play etc we finally had a stand in visit us last Monday, she suggested organising the two rooms we have into worshop areas, so Monday afternoon as we were quiet we started turning the Nursery around and planned a free day on Tueday with children helping clean toys and play, yep sods law knock on the door Tuesday morning- Ofsted inspector- nightmare!

Anyway can anyone help us with worshop areas, we currently have areas for maths literacy, computer etc What is the difference? she said some settings have a template for these areas showing different resources we can put in these areas, does anyone have one?

Help! please!

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This may be of help, continuous provision for areas of learning , giving resourses suitable/available, learning objectives and language opportunities in the area.

 

continuous provision

 

Also found this on the forum a while ago which may be useful.....sorry cannot find the original post so do not know who originally posted it.

 

 

Inge

resourses_for_each_area.doc

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Hi Inge. I just looked up the continuous provision link and wondered if it only applied to the FS children or whether I could use it for BTTM children? Might sound like a silly question, but was just wondering. Is this something we are meant to have?

 

Thanks, Clare

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Hi Claire,

 

its not something you have to have in place, it can be helpful to show possible learning in each area and remind you of what you may need.

It can also save time in planning for showing these regular activities undertaken most days.

 

we use them to show parents how children learn from what they call 'just play'. we are in process of deciding whether to extend the info by adding photos of children in setting to help parents understand a bit better.

 

Sorry, dont use BBTM, all children in our care are FS1, but it may be possible to adapt it if you want to.

 

Inge

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