Explain the legal status and principles of the relevant early years framework and why the early years frame work emphasises a personal and individual approach to learning and development

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EYMP 1.1
Explain the legal status and principles of the relevant early years framework and why the early years frame work emphasises a personal and individual approach to learning and development
The legal status and principles are set out in the EYFS. This is a mandatory framework for all early years providers which is used in all schools and early years child-minders. The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) is a term defined in Section 39(1)(a) and (1)(b) of the British government 's Childcare Act 2006. The EYFS comprises a set of Welfare Requirements and a set of Learning and Development Requirements known as Early Years Outcome.
The legislation took effect from September 2008, this was then revised in 2012, from which they then
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Children also start to spend more time away from their parents. This may be upsetting for them. So extra care needs to be provide to support the child when they first come into the setting. This can be done by braking the day, if they are there for half a day then, we would expect them to start coming in for hourly sessions to start with then gradely build up their hours. By doing this

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