What are Learning Difficulties?
This discussion will focus upon learning difficulties in a broad sense, leaving dyslexia, dyspraxia and similar specific learning...
What is Autism & an Autistic Spectrum Disorder
Society’s fascination with the talents of autistic-savants has been selectively influential in raising awareness about an autistic spectrum...
Supporting SEN Children with Speech and Language
The use of speech and language is a critical component which lies at the heart of learning in...
Special Educational Needs in Early Years
As elsewhere in the wider community, some children in an early years setting may have special needs associated...
EYFS Development 40-60 Months: The Twilight Stage
‘Beyond the horizon of the place we lived when we were young, In a world of magnets and...
EYFS Development 30-50 Months: Ready for Reception
Whilst it would be an exaggeration to claim the EYFS child between 30 and 50 months has become...
EYFS Development 22-36 Months: Working on Words
Generally much smarter than he sounds, and therefore frequently under-estimated, the child described in the EYFS’ (Early Years...
EYFS Development 16-26 Months: Tale of the Two Year Old
Having cracked the outer layers of the language code and largely mastered the basics of mobility, the former...
EYFS Development 8-20 Months: Talking Toddlers
The second of the overlapping Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) phases extends from 8-20 months. Here, the ‘yearling’...
EYFS Development 0-11 Months: Infant and Baby Milestones
The term ‘infant’ – from the Latin ‘infans’: meaning speechless – is characteristically applied to young children up...
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