Transition into Key Stage 1: Transition in the Early Years

Handbook / Teacher's Guide


Transition into Key Stage 1: Transition in the Early Years
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About Smooth Transitions

Ensuring continuity from the Foundation Stage

For a child, moving from the Early Years Foundation Stage into Key Stage 1 can be a huge change. It is up to the adults involved to make the process of transition as smooth and continuous as possible. This brand new edition contains advice for teachers, teaching assistants, practitioners, parents and managers on supporting children though and after the move. It includes a special section on how we can use new knowledge about how children learn to help them build on their previous experiences of learning and what we can do to help them cope with the emotional factors involved in the change.

Ros Bayley

Ros Bayley was an enthusiastic advocate of personal, social and emotional education, believing that if we get this right children's intellectual development will follow much more easily. Consequently, much of her work revolved around enhancing children's self-esteem and educating for self-knowledge. Following extensive experience as an Early Years teacher, Ros later worked as a consultant, trainer and storyteller.

Writes: Continuing Professional Development, Characteristics of Effective Learning, Early Years, Practitioners' Guides, Communication and Language, Cross-curricular Teaching, Expressive Arts and Design, Key Issues

Author of : Smooth Transitions, Independent Learning in the Foundation Stage, The Cleverness of boys, Child-initiated Learning, Role Play, Water (Carrying on in KS1), Construction (Carrying on in KS1), Outdoor Play (Carrying on in Key Stage 1), Sand (Carrying on in KS1), Sculpting, Stuffing and Squeezing, L is for sheep, Boys and Girls Come Out to Play 

HK$ 199.00