Assessment in the EYFS

  • Baseline tests – what now?
  • EYFS Profile – where next?
  • Effective and time-saving ways to use ongoing assessment to inform learning
  • How to make the best use of summative and formative assessment
Pam Mundy

Pam Mundy

Date: 16th Jan 2018

Pam is an internationally renowned consultant, trainer and keynote speaker. She also worked with the Department for Education representing the Curriculum Foundation on the recent EYFS Review. Her training style is engaging and practical with a strong focus on developing and supporting emotional development.

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Clarify the latest DfE and Ofsted requirements

Baseline tests and EYFS Profile:

  • established best practice, new ideas and preparing for 2020

Effective assessment of the Characteristics of Effective Learning

Emerging, Expected, Exceeding – what next?

Common Inspection Framework: the ‘Sat Nav’ guidance

Sharing the data story internally and externally

Transition into KS1: a tale of two halves!


How to improve observation, assessment and planning in your setting

Use on-entry and ongoing learning outcomes to inform planning for progress in learning

Create on-going assessment systems that are relevant to children’s learning

Implement a clear reporting process

Work effectively with learning assistants to support learning and assessment

Share end-of-EYFS assessment outcomes with Year 1 teachers



Recording evidence and tracking process

Observing child-initiated learning - techniques and tips

Using EYFS data to inform whole school development planning

Strategies to ensure a consistent assessment approach

First delegate rate

£299 + VAT

Additional delegate rate

£279 + VAT

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