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Old 06-21-2011, 06:20 PM
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Hi, I am currently working on unit 065 - Promote Learning and Development in the Early Years.

Im stuck on 1.1 Explain each of the areas of Learning and Development according to the EYFS framework and 1.2 - What are the documented outcomes for children that form part of the EYFS?

Does 1.1 mean that I have to explain each area aswell as the areas that are subdivided - For example, shall i explain movement and space , health and bodily awareness and using equipment and materials for physical development or is that what i explain in 1.2?
Also does 1.2 mean that i literally just explain what an outcome is or do I go into detail and write the outcomes?
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065 1.1 6 Areas of Learning and Development

1. Personal social and emotional development, children need to develop a positive sense of themselves and of others, to learn respect for others, social skills and a positive disposition for learning. self confidence and self esteem, behaviour and self control helping children to understand their emotions and how to express those emotions, self care children needs to be able to do tasks like dressing and feeding , sense of community learning where a child has come from respect for others and inclusion. Statutory framework 2.7

2. Creative development allows for curiosity, exploration and play, sharing of thoughts and feeling, imagination and role play activities, maths. Allows children to explore and express their feelings children need sensory materials as well as traditional materials. Music and dance and expressing their enjoyment, imagination and role play help children understand and use objects for other things than intended. Statutory framework 2.17

3. Physical development helps improve coordination, control, manipulation and movement using senses to learn about the world around them and to make connection between old and new information, understand the importance of physical exercise and healthy living. Spatial awareness and explore different spaces, helping children make healthy choices like food or hygiene , helping hand eye coordination and fine motor skills as well as gross motor skills. Statutory framework 2.15

4. Knowledge and understanding of the world knowledge, skills and an understanding which will help them understand the world they live in like using tools, encountering creature’s safety, people, and plants in their environment and in real life situations. Giving children model making materials, ICT using the computer to learn about history time or games to improve things like memory. Children need to know about the place they are living in and their communities and hoe people can be different. Statutory framework 2.13

5. Problem solving, reasoning and numeracy, understanding of problem solving, reasoning and numeracy learning to count and written numbers be learning songs, learning a mathematical vocabulary, shapes, spaces and measures treasure baskets , measuring rice and oats to see the scale move. Statutory framework 2.11

6. Communication, language and literacy learning to be competent in communicating, speaking and listening, being able to read and write. Using language to socialise and express their needs, learning to figure things out, being able to link sounds to the letters in phonics, reading children love books this is a great way to learn, writing/mark making mark making is the being of writing children need lots of practice this can lead to writing and then onto hand writing developing formation of letters. Statutory framework 2.9

065 unit outcome 1 .2-3 describe the documented outcomes for children that form part of the relevant early years framework and how the documented outcome are assessed and recorded?
The eyfs was designed to ensure all children are treated the same no matter where they have come from that they would have access to the same education to measure this and to ensure practitioners have a clear focus for their work a series of outcomes id given for each learning area these are called early years goals this is done by the end of the reception year.

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Thats great thanks, but i was wondering if i put that as an answer to 1.1 or 1.2 as both questions are slightly similiar?
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that was for the first 1 the second is to do with early learning goals i Documented outcome for children that form the relevant early years framework are called early learning goals these are completed at the end of the reception year. These are the same as the 6 areas of learning and development in pre- school but with fewer aspects early learning goals are linked into every child matters and cover children from birth to five years. We track children’s progress with observations and learning journals.

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Ok thankyou for your help : ) It make sense now!
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I thought the documented outcomes of the relevant early years framework was The Every Child Matters Outcomes?

I'm a bit confused now , can anyone provide any guidance on this please.
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Hi, for England, the eyfs (2008) exists to enable children to fulfil the 5 positive outcomes of ECM (2003) which itself provides a framework for children and young people 0-19 year olds. The documented outcomes of eyfs 2008 & 2012 are the learning goals as they set the goals or outcomes that it's hoped individuals of this age group will attain by the time the eyfs ends for them xx
Pg6 of the (2008) statutory framework
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The overarching aim of the EYFS is to help young children achieve the five Every Child Matters outcomes of staying safe, being healthy, enjoying and achieving, making a positive contribution, and achieving economic well-being by:
In contrast, there is no ECM reference within the new September 2012 edition

As well as the ELGs documented outcomes are also the 5 positive outcomes of ECM every child matters

• Be Healthy
• Stay Safe
• Enjoy and Achieve
• Make a Positive Contribution
• Achieve Economic Well-being

http://eduwight.iow.gov.uk/teacher/t...veOutcomes.pdf
http://archive.excellencegateway.org....aspx?o=167914
https://www.education.gov.uk/publica...l/Page1/CM5860

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Thanks Ruth, it makes sense now. I better adapt my answer :) x
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I'm dead stuck on 1.2
(only question needed then this unit is completed? please help :-)
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seeming as this is an old thread, im wondering if anyone could help me please. i'm a bit confused on what i need to write for EYMP2 1.2. Describe the documented outcomes for children that form part of the relevant early years framework.

this is what i've wrote so far- The EYFS specifies requirements for learning and development and for safeguarding children and promoting their welfare. The learning and development requirements cover the early learning goals which summarise the knowledge, skills and understanding that all young child should have gained by the end of the Reception year.The early learning goals are the three prime areas and the four specific areas.

Communication and language involves; listening and attention, understanding and speaking.

can i just write this or does it need to be more detail. obviously i need to add the rest of the prime and specific areas to it.

hope it makes sense! any help would be great as i would like to hand it in 2mora!
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