Achievement rising in learning goals

Gaunt, Catherine
September 2008
Nursery World (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd);9/25/2008, Vol. 109 Issue 4138, p4
The article discusses highlights of the 2008 Foundation Stage Profile in Great Britain. Results show that five-year-olds living in the deprived communities are beginning to catch up with children's achievement in other areas. Figures reveal that in every area of learning more children are working within the early learning goals. The largest rise in achievement has been in the communication, language and literacy goal.


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