This is the essential handbook to support you as you work towards Early Years Professional Status.
Taking a standard-by-standard approach, this text uses a balance of leadership and personal practice examples to guide you through achieving EYPS. Examining each of the 39 standards in turn, the book deconstructs their meaning and considers and offers advice on the best approaches to evidence them.
- Each standard is 'unpicked', with difficult terminology explained and examples given of how the standards might translate into practice
- Interactive Reflection Points within chapters allow you to reflect on and improve your practice
- Provides a wealth of leadership and personal practice examples
This accessible text will be invaluable to all EYPS candidates in examining early years practice and support them in collating evidence for the EYPS assessment process.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction to EYPS 2. The assessment process 3. Knowledge and understanding 4. Effective practice 5. Relationships with children 6. Communicating and working in partnership with families and carers 7. Teamworking 8. Professional development 9. Beyond EYPS
Jackie Basquill lectures in Early Years Education at Edge Hill University, UK.
Liana Beattie is the Early Years Programme Leader at Edge Hill University, UK.
Joanne Ryan is the Early Years Project Manager at Edge Hill University, UK