What is the progress check at age two?
The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) requires that parents/carers must be supplied with a short written summary of their child "s development when your child is aged between 24-36 months in the three prime learning and development areas, which are:
  • Personal, Social and Emotional Development
  • Physical Development
  • Communication and Language
What is the purpose of this document?
The EYFS sets the standards for development, learning and care of children from birth to age five. This document is like our bible it supports our practitioner's with their judgment on your child's progress at age two. The 2 year progress check has been introduce to enable early identification of any development needs so we can gain additional support to help your little angel.
What should the progress check cover?
Each setting is able to provide this document in a format that is unique to them. Here at Little Angels we complete the 2 year progress check in our development report format but just discussing the 3 prime areas. This will be shared during our keyperson meetings where your child's keyperson will discuss your child's current progress and how we support this in nursery and if there is anything you can do to support this at home as we believe in supporting your child in all aspects of their life and working closely with you as one of our families.
Has Your 2 year old had a progress check?

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