The EEx Guide to Continuous Provision
We are delighted to announce that we have now published our ‘Guide to Continuous Provision’ which is a long-awaited overview of what Continuous Provision is all about – what is it, why it’s important and how to plan each area to ensure maximum curriculum coverage.
This fully illustrated guide with planning documents includes:
- A three-part illustrated overview of what, why and how
- A useful set of discussion points to support the review of current provision
- A full set of Continuous Provision Plans, one for each area
- Guidance on how to use the plans with your team
- Blank formats to help you create your own plans
Beautifully presented and highly practical – this guide is a must whether you are a student starting out, an EYFS teacher wanting to know more or a leader working with your team to embed consistent good practice.
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“As a Head teacher, Early Excellence has been instrumental in helping our school to establish Continuous Provision and create inspirational environments for our children to thrive in.
This practical guide has everything you need to establish Continuous provision in your own setting. It’s easy to follow, helps practitioners to understand why it is so important for our children and provides practical steps to ensure you can start from where you are and adapt to your own context. If you need help to create or reform your learning environment- this guide is the perfect place to start. “
Headteacher at Ysgol y Hafod Johnstown, Wrexham
“This guide from Early Excellence offers an insight into the importance of continuous provision and a reminder of how valuable the role of the adult is. It’s definitely changed my practice for the better after over 20 years of being in the childcare profession and made me consider how children access resources to support deep embedded learning”
EYFS practitioner at Thrussington CE Primary
“As a student teacher, I have begun to delve into the world of continuous provision in an early years environment. This book not only strengthened my understanding but also gave a guide and tool to use and apply in my own setting. For any young teacher, beginning their early years journey, this book provides an invaluable reference of how we can make the early years curriculum the very best for the future generations”
Education with QTS student at University of Winchester