The Famly EYFS Summer Camp

Get ready for September with our complete course, designed to get you up to speed with the new child development features in Famly.

Videos • Webinars • Case studies • Expert interviews • Articles

VIDEOS

Episode 1: Let’s get into it

We’ve compiled seven videos walking you through different areas of the platform. It’s a good idea to go through these one at a time, starting here with our introduction to what you have in store.

Episode 2: Observations - See the new observation creator and reference material section featuring DM and Birth-to-5.

Episode 3: Parents - Check out how to share posts and moments with parents and encourage observations from home.

Episode 4: Assessments - Take a look at our new flexible assessments, and see how you can customise them to suit you.

Episode 5: Progress - See how your new assessments will appear in progress reports and how we want to replace tracking.

Episode 6: Planning - How Famly can support your planning with What's Next and our activity library and planner.

Episode 7: Curriculum - A sneak peak at how you can upload, tag, and view your own curriculum - coming very soon.

WEBINARS

Need some extra help?

We’re running a number of webinars through the summer where our team will be there to answer all your burning questions

See dates and book your spot
CASE STUDIES

How are settings navigating the new EYFS?

Navigating the new EYFS: Chapter 1 - Little Barn Owls

Charlotte and Kerry from Little Barn Owls, a Horsham-based, farm and forest nursery group, offer their advice for navigating change in general, and explore how they're tackling this latest transition to the new EYFS when it comes to child development and recording observations in Famly.

Navigating the new EYFS: Chapter 2 - Twinnie Day Nursery

Charlotte and Kerry from Little Barn Owls, a Horsham-based, farm and forest nursery group, offer their advice for navigating change in general, and explore how they're tackling this latest transition to the new EYFS when it comes to child development and recording observations in Famly.

Navigating the new EYFS: Chapter 3 - Alison Featherbe

Alison's been advising dozens of Early Years owners, directors and managers to help them prepare for the new EYFS framework. As she sees things, it’s not just about tackling the small concrete changes, like how we record observations. There are big-picture questions at play, too: It’s time to reflect on what we believe the Early Years is all about, or how our own values meet the work we do in our settings.

Navigating the new EYFS: Chapter 1 - Little Barn Owls

Charlotte and Kerry from Little Barn Owls, a Horsham-based, farm and forest nursery group, offer their advice for navigating change in general, and explore how they're tackling this latest transition to the new EYFS when it comes to child development and recording observations in Famly.

Read the case study
Navigating the new EYFS: Chapter 2 - Twinnie Day Nursery

Ruth has been working in the Early Years for the better part of three decades. In that time, she’s seen the paper trail attached to observations and tracking grow longer and longer. So as the new EYFS framework shifts the spotlight from tick-lists to toddlers, Ruth and her team are looking at the tweaks and changes they’ll make to follow suit.

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Navigating the new EYFS: Chapter 3 - Alison Featherbe

Alison's been advising dozens of Early Years owners, directors and managers to help them prepare for the new EYFS framework. As she sees things, it’s not just about tackling the small concrete changes, like how we record observations. There are big-picture questions at play, too: It’s time to reflect on what we believe the Early Years is all about, or how our own values meet the work we do in our settings.

Read the case study
Navigating the new EYFS: Chapter 4 - Randolph Beresford

Randolph Beresford Early Years Centre supports a community of 22 different languages and over a third of the 139 children have a special educational need or disability We sat down with executive headteacher Michele Barrett to find out how this unique setting is embracing the new EYFS with inclusion, Famly, and a delight at the emerging focus on impact over evidence.

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