Seven key reasons why proposed EYFS revisions must be changed


As a consultation on changes to the early years foundation stage framework closes, childcare organisations express concerns over how the proposed reforms prioritise formal learning subjects over holistic approaches to education.

The government reforms propose increasing the number of literacy ELGs from two to three, covering comprehension, reading and writing. Picture: Adobe Stock/globalmoments
The government reforms propose increasing the number of literacy ELGs from two to three, covering comprehension, reading and writing. Picture: Adobe Stock/globalmoments

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