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Completing the Progress Check at Age Two
Online session
Thu 15 Aug

Thursday 15 August 7:00pm—9:00pm

Childminding UK is excited to introduce a comprehensive course designed to equip childminders with the knowledge and skills to complete the Progress Check at age Two by carrying out effective child observations, assessing children's current abilities and interests, and planning for their optimal development.

£35.00   (member price £25.00)

About this event

The Progress Check at age Two is a compulsory document that must be completed for all children aged between 2 and 3. This is a report about the child's learning and development at a particular time of their lives covering at least the Prime Areas of Learning. This must include what children learn and how they learn (Characteristics of Effective Teaching and Learning).

To build your confidence and understanding of how to complete the Progress Check at age Two, this course includes the following:

  1. Mastering Observation and Assessment Principles:
  • Gain a understanding of the core principles underpinning observations and assessments in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), including the pivotal Progress Check at age Two.
  1. Identifying Individual Learning and Development:
  • Learn how to effectively identify the unique learning and development needs of each child under your care. We'll guide you in tailoring your approach to meet the specific requirements of every child.
  1. Recording Individual Learning and Development:
  • Acquire the skills to proficiently document the learning and development progress of each child in your care. We'll delve into the best practices for maintaining comprehensive records.
  1. Effective Communication with Parents/Carers and Agencies:
  • They need to be involved in providing the information for the Progress Check at age Two to ensure you are considering the whole child.

Topics covered

  • Why is it helpful to record children's development
  • Guidance documents that will help
  • Characteristics of teaching and learning
  • Starting points
  • Types of observations
  • Nest steps
  • Observation cycle
  • Intent, Impact and Implementation
  • Assessments
  • Planning
  • Types of development records that people use
  • Completing the Progress Check at Age Two
  • What Ofsted expects
  • Working in partnership with parents
£35.00   (member price £25.00)
Thank you so much this has been really informative. It has given me a boost in my confidence! Progress Check Virtual Course Delegate