Early years practitioners who work in schools are under an increasing amount of pressure to achieve an ‘outstanding’ grade in Ofsted inspections, particularly those who are newly qualified or in their first few years in the classroom. But why should the focus be on achieving that all-important grade for one day only? All practitioners should aspire to deliver outstanding practice on a daily basis. This comprehensive guide will help practitioners to do just that! Divided into easy-to-follow chapters, this book breaks down the specific importance of each key area, including: knowledge of the EYFS; relationships with others; planning and assessment; safeguarding and child protection. From advice that will help practitioners to adapt these key areas into their planning to practical ideas that will support them with a number of scenarios that could arise in the classroom, this book is ideal companion for any practitioner who is new to the profession.Please note that this book is for early years practitioners working in schools and school-based nurseries.
How to be an Outstanding Early Years Practitioner
Author: Burnham, Louise
Publisher: Bloomsbury Education
Number of pages: 128
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