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Welcome to the developing Birmingham Early Years Foundation Stage web site! This is your one-stop shop for essential information about the EYFS in Birmingham, links to activities for children and links to national materials, resources and guidance.
 
Learning and Development is one of the four main EYFS themes - and BGfL have compiled a growing range of resources to support the 6 areas of learning within this theme. 

So, why not check them out today and share both your Feedback and your suggestions for resources or weblinks?

 
     
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Curriculum content on the BGfL website will no longer be updated
Curriculum content on the BGfL website will no longer be updated

Since its launch in 2000, the Birmingham Grid for Learning website (...

Do you want to put the 'Spotlight on' someone? School nominations now open
Do you want to put the 'Spotlight on' someone? School nominations now open

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BGfL website March 2012: 2.7 million page views from Birmingham schools
BGfL website March 2012: 2.7 million page views from Birmingham schools

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CILT Primary Languages survey
CILT Primary Languages survey

"Calls for language learning to be made compulsory in primary...

Primary Languages Conference 13th-14th March
Primary Languages Conference 13th-14th March

The Primary Language Show, organised by CILT, takes place in Liverpool...

 
     
Resources
     
 
Video conference guidance resources
Video conference guidance resources
Using the interactive whiteboard to enhance the cooperative and language skills of children in nursery settings
Using the interactive whiteboard to enhance the cooperative and language skills of children in nursery settings
Using Big Books on an Interactive Whiteboard
Using Big Books on an Interactive Whiteboard
Creating and using an interactive big book in a nursery setting as a tool to develop reading skills
Creating and using an interactive big book in a nursery setting as a tool to develop reading skills
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