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    Hi please can someone tell me if the "EYFS statutory framework" is the only EYFS document (the one everyone refers to). Or is there another EYFS document...I'm a bit confused!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mumofone View Post
    Hi please can someone tell me if the "EYFS statutory framework" is the only EYFS document (the one everyone refers to). Or is there another EYFS document...I'm a bit confused!!
    The EYFS 2014 it's the one and only you need to refer to

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    Thank you again for this clarification Sarah which confirms exactly what I posted...feels like I am being double checked ?

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    Thanks guys. If I apply for the early years register does it make sense for me to apply to the childcare register too? Is this just a case of ticking an extra box on the application form when I apply or is there more to it than that? Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by mumofone View Post
    Thanks guys. If I apply for the early years register does it make sense for me to apply to the childcare register too? Is this just a case of ticking an extra box on the application form when I apply or is there more to it than that? Thank you
    Personally I think it is worth it
    Your children will soon get out of the EYFS and if you want to pick them up from school and care for the holidays you are covered then

    Good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simona View Post
    Thank you again for this clarification Sarah which confirms exactly what I posted...feels like I am being double checked ?
    It's always good to have things confirmed - don't you think? No body is perfect! I am the first to accept my views or knowledge are not always correct so I wouldn't be too touchy about posts being re ienforced. Also there seems to be a bit of confusion with the posting times

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koala View Post
    It's always good to have things confirmed - don't you think? No body is perfect! I am the first to accept my views or knowledge are not always correct so I wouldn't be too touchy about posts being re ienforced. Also there seems to be a bit of confusion with the posting times
    Totally agree with you...the response I gave regarding the EYFS being the 'only' document to follow was correct though.

 

 

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