School aged children and EYFS
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    I've got a 4 year old in full time reception school and a 3 year old in nursery 3 full days a week,

    How much are we supposed to do for their Learning Journeys?

    We don't get back till 4, have snack etc they play a little and go home at 5,

    I'm worried if im doing enough?

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    4 yo, full time reception year at school- See EYFS, Section 3, page 24- 3.40
    No learning and dev requirements. But talk to school about working together to support the child.

    3 yo in full time nursery- still EYFS so full learning and dev requirements of EYFS apply to you. BUT in relation to the hours the child is with you, so work with the nursery, try to share a LJ or share a tracker if possible, maybe make a simple scrapbook the child can add to themselves?

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    Thank you Moggy that's a great help

 

 

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