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Learning Journey Template (Revised EYFS)

Learning Journey

About this Primary Resource

A versatile template for creating EYFS learning journey / journal scrapbooks and diaries. The text is editable so simply add the child’s name and details on the front and print to create a decorative and informative book cover. There is a space for you to insert a photo of the child or for the child to draw their own picture. There is also a space for you to add your school / nursery logo at the top of the page. Ideal to use as part of EYFS Observation and assessments. Updated for the revised EYFS.

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  1. JD

    Is there an updated version which relates to EYFS 2012?

  2. Jan

    Ditto, update please because it’s a great resource.

  3. admin

    Update on the way…hopefully in the next few days:)

  4. JL


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