Developing a Quality Curriculum in EYFS

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This meeting will provide practitioners with an opportunity to: • consider how to plan a curriculum for children, using the 7 areas of learning based on the new EYFS statutory framework educational programmes • explore a range of resources to support curriculum planning • develop a curriculum which is based on the principles of the EYFS and includes play as a basis for learning


Why should I attend?

  • The course will support you in developing a high- quality curriculum using the new EYFS framework

What will the meeting cover?

  • New EYFS Educational programmes
  • Exploring new Development Matters
  • Planning for Progression
  • Using children’s interests as starting points

Who should attend?

  • Senior Leader
  • Middle Leader
  • Teacher



CPD Package - No charge

LBBD School - No charge

Out-of-borough school - £50


Booking confirmation including access information and important pre-course information will be sent to you upon booking.


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Contact information

For specific enquiries about this course, please contact Susan Hodgson


For general booking or CPD enquiries please contact

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