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I went to a meeting held by my LA last night. Apparently all settings will receive 1 copy in March - at the same time as the LAs.


Further copies will then be available to order from the DfES in May.


The LAs will receive their training materials in March also, so won't even start working out until then how they are going to get us all trained up.

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Ooo good I can't wait to see the finished document. :) Maybe this document solve all our B23 and FS interlinking with each other. I am guessing that the document will be ready for everyones to have a copy between April and June this year. I wil hopefully be speedy about it as I will need it for next years college work.




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We're the same as Marion our training starts in September.

Glorious another course to sit through!!!!

Our Early years section are not the most animated of people. hence the oh dear comment!

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There is a questionairre in this weeks Under 5's magazine ( PLA) who have been commisioned by CDWC, alongside NCMA and NDNA to find out about our training requirements reference EYFS.


Might even be a similar questionairre on the CDWC site.


I am sure they would appreciate your comments steph about your 'animated' EY Tutors. :o


The PLA questionairre asks about previous information and training when BTTM & FSC were introduced, how effective ( or not) it was and how changes can be made for the content and implimentation of the EYFS training through learning from feedback from previous training experiences.



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