Development Journal - Wales
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    These development journals are aimed at parents who are concerned about additional learning needs of their child however I think the generic one is a great tool for practitioners to use to highlight any concerns they have. I had been using my own version based on a English document but this is much better as it includes Welsh language development and as an added bonus it is a word document so I am able to use it electronically.

    Even if it is not something you want to use with children you care for it does give the relevant steps of development for reference.

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    Those look good for our Welsh members - and interesting for those who use the Eyfs - thank you for sharing Manjay!

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    Thanks manjay, will have a proper look later.

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    Just downloaded the generic one it looks great - thanks
    Why hasn't Gary Barlow come to my rescue yet?

 

 

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