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Hi I'm looking for any top tips or systems of recording obserbvations and records. I am new to foundation and have 24 Yr R children who entered school in January. Any ideas greatly received thanks Jay

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Hello Jane, and welcome to the forum. :D Sorry but if I'm honest friday night, a few wines and winding down so no comments from me tonight, maybe over the weekend :o

 

Have you tried a search, or in the articles section there is a lot about observation and assessment methods.

 

I am also preschool, but I am sure some reception teachers will reply to your query soon.

 

You have certainly found the right forum for lots of friendly, useful advice.

 

Peggy

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hi Jay and welcome.

 

I am in a very similar position as I have just taken in 21 January Reception children with another due in any time once a house move is completed!

 

I have used the file dividers which have been donated by Sarah and made files to put my observations in. It is working well for me at the moment as I do a lot of class recording regarding children's responses to an activity and play tracking. Post its can also be put in the relevant section. I am also keeping a note of observations that I add and cross referencing them if they could provide evidence for other areas. I find this easier than individual records although I have those for some areas too particularly reading.

 

You can find a previous discussion about this sort of thing here!

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