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Planning, assessment and reporting.  Reduce paperwork  Trust the judgement of the professional  Record significant learning  No need to evidence everything.

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1 Planning, assessment and reporting

2  Reduce paperwork  Trust the judgement of the professional  Record significant learning  No need to evidence everything  Less writing more interaction  Focus on the benefits rather than the issues  ADES Conference 2013

3  Reduce paperwork  Trust the judgement of the professional  Record significant learning  No need to evidence everything  Less writing more interaction  Focus on the benefits rather than the issues  ADES Conference 2013

4  Reduce paperwork  Trust the judgement of the professional  Record significant learning  No need to evidence everything  Less writing more interaction  Focus on the benefits rather than the issues  ADES Conference 2013

5 The Children and Young People (Scotland) Bill sets out a requirement to expand free nursery provision from 475 hours to 600 hours a year in August 2014 for all three and four year olds and for some two year olds.

6 Planning, Assessment, Tracking Progress and Reporting

7  Paperwork for a purpose  What makes good planning?  Excellent learning experiences  Effective use of assessment information  Learning which meets every child’s needs  Well judged staff child interaction  Children making good progress in their learning  Quality evaluation is the most important part

8 Each centre should have a calendar plan which highlights key festival, seasonal and cultural learning opportunities. Centre specific events should be added eg. health promoting week, community events as appropriate to your location and context. This will enable you to plan for breath across the curriculum. You may wish to record experiences and outcomes in the calendar plan

9 This should be used throughout the year to deliver depth and challenge within the experiences and outcomes. (This plan may last weeks)

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11  Responsive planning will continue to give opportunities to respond to children’s interests and needs.

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13  Consulting children and engaging them in their learning  Effective systems for assessing and tracking progress for literacy, numeracy and health and wellbeing. Pre 5 CEC Assessment and planning trackers - literacy and numeracy e-learning journals. Health and Wellbeing - Summary of progress and achievement Say, write, make and do examples of progress and achievement across the curriculum.  Next steps in learning identified and shared with children

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17  Effective use of these or similar exemplars should be used at parent consultations and as a summary of progress and achievement at the end of the ante pre-school and pre-school year, consequently reducing paperwork and duplication.

18 The transition report for 2014has been amended to take account of the Pre 5 Assessment and Planning Trackers, and Getting it Right.

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