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EYFS Evidence Gathering Sheets

EYFS Evidence Gathering

About This Primary Resource

A collection of Microsoft Word documents which can be used to record the evidence you have collected of a child’s progress in your school or early years setting. You can attach post-it notes or write directly on the sheet. The download is a zipped file containing documents for each area of learning for age groups 22-36 months and 30-50 months.

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  1. Angela Ragen

    Evidence sheets

  2. Samantha Molyneux

    What a great website 🙂

  3. Batul

    this is too good, can some one explain the keys of evidence
    P, LJ, O, what do they mean?
    and pls share the pupils report cards that you give to parents

  4. sallyeg


  5. susan maree welsh


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