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Early years: Generalised learning difficulties e.g. difficulties across the curriculum but with some areas of strength. Children with an uneven profile of skills and attainment.

  • Ensure the child has full access to the breadth of learning by making adjustments and modifications to differentiate the curriculum, right across the board.
  • Staff support the characteristics of effective teaching and learning and plan activities designed to develop skills which will support them to become independent learners.
  • Support children to develop their self-esteem through celebration and reinforcement of strengths and successes.
  • Support children to draw on their own experiences in their play and support them to extend and build on their ideas, concepts and skills.
  • Extend children’s interests and introduce them to new experiences by providing a variety of activities using creative and playful approaches.
  • Provide first-hand real-life experiences as part of your everyday routines for children to explore and discover.
  • Plan and resource a challenging environment where children’s play can be supported and extended
  • Encouraging and supporting children to persevere through difficulties, to ask questions, problem-solve and take risks.
  • Identifying and supporting next steps in learning utilising information from home to offer the child consistent challenge

Links

Learning Playing and Interacting

Challenging Practice to Further Improve Learning Playing and Interacting in the EYFS 

Building Futures, Believing in Children

Building Futures, Developing Trust

Confident, Capable and Creative

Finding and Exploring Young Children’s Fascinations

Supporting Children with EAL

Last updated 23 November 2020

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