EYFS (Profile) Learning and Development Summary

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Supports EYFS 2021 – Complete a comprehensive learning and development profile summary for children in your setting – the EYFS Profile must be completed for each child in the final term of the year in which the child reaches age five, and no later than 30 June in that term.

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Supports the NEW EYFS 2021 Statutory Framework! 

In accordance with the requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage Framework, the EYFS Profile must be completed for each child in the final term of the year in which the child reaches age five, and no later than 30 June in that term.

The purpose of the profile is to provide a well-rounded picture of a child’s knowledge, understanding and abilities, their attainment against expected levels, and their readiness for year 1.  Completion will assist in recognising the child’s strengths, any areas where progress is less than expected, if there are significant emerging concerns, or whether any special educational needs or disabilities have been identified.  

Use this form to complete a comprehensive learning and development profile summary for children in your setting and plan for the next steps to support their progress.

For blended placements or where the EYFS profile report is to be completed at school or other setting, this resource also works as an excellent communication document to share with parents and other professionals involved or to support transition when a child moves on to school or a new setting.

Supplied as a PDF Form the EYFS (Profile) Learning and Development Summary may be completed and shared digitally using a computer, tablet or smart or printed out and completed by hand.

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EYFS 2021 (Profile)

Complete each section of the profile with a summary of development progress within each learning area. A section is also provided for the Characteristics of Effective Learning and Teaching to comment on how a child engages with their learning and the techniques that they use best to develop and progress.

Click into or mark the coloured boxes for each early learning goal to mark progress as ‘Emerging’, ‘Developing’ or ‘Secure

When completing this resource digitally, the progress level recorded will automatically transfer to the overview section at the front of the report. This information can then be used to help judge the overall development level for each learning area aspect.

EYFS (Profile) EXAMPLE

✔Add further comments

✔Request input from any other professionals involved

✔Highlight any areas of specific concern and state any planned actions

✔Add ideas to further support the child’s learning both at the setting and at home.

✔Allow parents to add their own comments then sign to acknowledge they have read and received a copy of the report.

Also includes Examples and User Guide!

NOTE: Early years providers must report EYFS Profile results to local authorities, upon request (Childcare (Provision of Information about Young Children (England) Regulations 2009). Local authorities are under a duty to return this data to the relevant Government department.

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The EYFS (Profile) Learning and Development Summary is supplied as a PDF Form.

Choose to print out and complete by hand or use your computer / tablet to enter information before printing or sharing digitally.

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