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Eyfs levels chart?

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malteserzz Fri 19-Apr-13 16:17:39

A good level of development is for a child to achieve the expected level in all of the early learning goals for the prime areas plus literacy and maths. They will score 1 for emerging, 2 for expected and 3 for exceeding so will all get a score of between 17 and 51

tabby32 Fri 19-Apr-13 15:59:56

I've just discovered a fab ebook that helps parents to support early learning goals


christinarossetti Fri 19-Apr-13 14:41:10

Ah. Yes, that would make sense.

Thanks mrz!

mrz Fri 19-Apr-13 13:03:54

The expectations are that children should be at the expected "level" in all ELGs.

christinarossetti Fri 19-Apr-13 07:19:45

Are there expectations of where children 'should' be at the end of EYFS in the way that 6 was the expectation under the old frame work?

mrz Fri 19-Apr-13 06:49:44

The 17 are the ELGs but teachers then have to decide whether a child is emerging/expected/exceeding those \ELGs.

Squarepebbles Thu 18-Apr-13 21:11:26

Man thanks.Found the 17, where are the descriptions for the levels before they achieve the ELGs? Not sure of correct jargon.

mrz Thu 18-Apr-13 20:54:13

The new assessment is quite different children are assessed as Emerging/Expected/Exceeding in all 17 ELGs

mrz Thu 18-Apr-13 20:52:19

Squarepebbles Thu 18-Apr-13 20:14:32

Sorry I mean an up to date version of the assessment scales with points,not sure what it is called.

thegreylady Thu 18-Apr-13 19:59:13

I was mixing it up with the ORT colours and levels-sorry sad

ReadytoOrderSir Thu 18-Apr-13 18:48:46

Teacher's Pet do various funky child-friendly versions ...

mrz Thu 18-Apr-13 17:28:42

There aren't any levels in EYFS.

thegreylady Thu 18-Apr-13 15:31:54

Just google and a pdf version comes up smile

Squarepebbles Thu 18-Apr-13 14:14:49

Anybody know where I could find it?


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