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Observing Behaviour
Observing behaviour

Observation is the single most powerful tool that practitioners have in order to gather information and evidence about a child's behaviour and to pinpoint their areas of strength and difficulty.

Once these observations are put together with all the other information we have about a child, we can begin to analyse and plan what needs to be done to best support that child. All early years settings have a system in place to observe and record children's progress. However, there are some children for ...

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