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‘What Next’ Template For EYFS Learning Journey

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A template that can be used after making an observation about a child / group to record the next steps. There is also a space to record the resources and activities needed to support those next steps. It is ideal to include in an EYFS learning journey. This document has been updated for the new EYFS.

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  1. Cathetine

    Very useful template x

  2. szostakl

    This is a wonderful resource to track what should come next in your planning for each student.

  3. Tracy Tucker

    Thank u

  4. SamEYFS


  5. Kimberly Denison

    Thank you

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