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describe the documented outcomes for children that form part of the relevant early years framework
The EYFS was designed to ensure that all children-regardless of where they live, their family background or circumstances-would have access to a quality early years education. [ To be able to measure this and also to ensure that practitioners have a clear focus for their work, a series of outcomes is given for each area of learning. These are called the Early Learning Goals. This helps that each
child can meet them by the end of their reception year. These goals are important as they form the building blocks for children’s later education. It is important that practitioners recognise that many of the early Learning Goals are also associated with children’s development and so while it is reasonable to expect children to meet them at the end of the reception year, they are not meant to be used as outcomes in nurseries or pre-schools. It is also worth noting that some children will for a variety of reasons not meet all the early Goals as they may have specific health or learning difficulties or because they are simply younger than their peers. ]
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