Services for children

Leadership and management - early years

Supporting families

Early help assessment and plan formerly CAF (Ealing Council website)
Ensure your setting obtains an EHAP pack and threshold document. Ensure attendance at EHAP introductory training. If at any point throughout the early years foundation stage (EYFS) significant emerging concerns are identified an EHAP should be initiated.

Ealing Children and Families Directory
Family information, advice and guidance

0-5 Know How (Early start Ealing website)
Parent information website for Ealing families.

Monitoring and self evaluation

Ofsted inspection framework

Good practice guidance

Ofsted: RIGHT from the start early years good practice films (YouTube website)

Improvement planning

Example improvement plan (word)

Key updates

Department for Education - sign up to email alerts (GOV.UK)

Ealing networks and briefing

Keep informed of important updates and take part in discussions and reflections by being part of your local networks and attending briefing sessions, details on Ealing CPD online

  • EYFS leaders briefings
  • PVI managers network briefings
  • Childminder network briefings
  • SEND network meetings.

Early years qualifications

Early years qualification list (GOV.UK)
The early years qualifications list provides guidance and a search tool to help those delivering the EYFS to identify qualifications that are considered to be full and relevant at levels 2 and 3

Early years teacher's standards (GOV.UK)
Early years teacher status is awarded to graduates who are leading education and care and who have been judged to have met all of the standards in practice from birth to the end of the early years foundation stage ( EYFS). This document outlines what standards early years teachers must reach. It also provides the statutory assessment guidance.

For further information on teachers standards (foundation stage +) please visit teacher standards on EGfL (see related content link below).

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Last updated: 22 Oct 2021