• About the EYFS

    The framework should: Reduce paperwork and bureaucracy, strengthen partnerships between parents and professionals, focus on the three prime areas of learning, simplify assessment at age 5 and provide for early intervention where necessary, through the introduction of a progress check at age 2.

  • EYFS A Parents' Guide

    Help for parents/carers to find out more about how your child is learning and developing during their first five years, in relation to the EYFS.

  • Integrated Review at 2 Years

    The Integrated Review at 2 years is designed to bring together the Healthy Child Programme health and development review used by Health Visiting teams, and the statutory EYFS Progress Check used by early years practitioners to assess children’s development at 24 to 36 months.

  • Tracking and Transition

    This is a system to track children's progress and support transition across all EYFS settings and schools in the city of Nottingham and has been updated in line with the revised EYFS.

  • Food Regulation Information

    The new regulation, which will come into force in December 2014 introduces a requirement that your businesses must provide information about allergenic ingredients used in any food you sell or provide.

  • Observation, Assessment and Planning Cycle

    The EYFS Observation and Assessment Process