Moving On To Key Stage 1: Improving Transition from the Early Years Foundation Stage
This practical book offers a series of strategies for promoting learning that meets the needs and interests of Key Stage 1 pupils, ensuring that the move from the Early Years Foundation Stage to Key Stage 1 is a positive one.
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2 How do 57yearolds learn?
3 Preparing children for the move to Key Stage 1
4 Finding a balance between adultinitiated and childinitiated learning
5 The place of play in Key Stage 1 classrooms
6 Environments that support different ways of learning
7 Using observations as evidence of childrens learning
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