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From September 2021, all early years providers must follow the new early years foundation stage (EYFS) frameworkThe key aims of the reforms are to:

  • improve child outcomes at age 5, particularly in early language and literacy, especially for disadvantaged children; and
  • reduce workload, such as unnecessary paperwork, so that practitioners can spend more time interacting with the children in their care.

Resources to help promote vaccine uptake within early years settings. Public Health England have a library of resources online which includes posters, social media assets, video content and much more. All of the resources are free to download and can be accessed through the following link: Resources - Coronavirus Resource centre (phe.gov.uk).

Additional Early Years Q&A document Contact Tracing From Step 4 Onwards.

3 nurseries based in the High Wycombe area Currently operating term time only but with opportunity to expand to full day care (subject to Landlord and planning approval)

Interested parties should email their contact information which will be passed onto the current management.

Please send your name and contact number to earlyyears@buckinghamshire.gov.uk

Useful tips for Online Safety, and Training Information and Online Safety Considerations for Managers and Practitioners

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To view our current Early Years Vacancies, advertise a vacancy or useful resources please follow the link below

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