WE1 – Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)
Early Years Foundation Stage Profile
2019 provisional results
- 71.8% of Reception age children achieved a Good Level of Development (GLD) in Warwickshire. This is down 0.6% on last years county figure and currently exactly in line with the provisional 2019 national result.
Early Years Board
The Board will work in partnership with existing teams within Warwickshire County Council and provide an additional range of knowledge, experience and expertise across the early education and childcare spectrum.
The Board will be supported by three working groups that will focus on Operational / Statutory Duty delivery, Policy and Performance and Partnerships. The Governance model can be seen here.
Our challenge is to foster children’s love of learning from birth through early childhood and into Year 1 so that all young children achieve their potential. Together, we will champion the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS).
In 2018/19 we will:
- co-ordinate high-quality training
- help parents to provide language-rich learning at home
- secure sufficient childcare
- check that safeguarding arrangements are robust
|Strategic Lead for Early Years (Chair)||Amanda King|
|Assistant Director of Education Services||Ian Budd|
|Education and Learning Portfolio Holder||Councillor Colin Hayfield|
|Public Health||Kate Sahota|
|Workforce Development Gateway Alliance||Helen Martin|
|Warwickshire Teaching School Alliance||Rachel Gillett|
|Nursery School Headteacher||Sharon Kindred (Stockingford Nursery School)|
|Head of School with nursery class /
|Debbie Bateman (Studley Community Infants School)
Iain Paterson (Woodlands School),
|PVI sector||Kate Robinson: RSC Nursery|
|PVI sector||Claire Fry: Noahs Ark|
|Adult and Community Learning||Judy Hallam / Jan Lennon|
|Therapy Services||Elizabeth Roche|
|LA: Early Years Officer representative||Debbie Hibberd|
|Early Help||Marina Kitchen|
|Early Years SEND 0-5 lead||Zoe Harwood|
|Family Information Service and Audit Manager||Joanne Rolls|