Continuous Provision should continue the provision for learning in the absence of an adult … the areas of provision you create should be dictated by need, linked to assessment and broadly levelled so that there is challenge and support in all areas for all children.
We all know that children need active learning through hands-on, play-based activities throughout their primary years, and thoughtful teachers have been developing an approach that’s often referred to as ‘continuous provision’, where children have access throughout reception, year 1, and often year 2 to many of the practical activities offered in their earlier years. Continuous provision can enable children to explore recent learning, practice new skills, and
follow their own interests.
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