The EYFS requires early years settings to complete and share with parents a short document outlining children’s development, this document is competed by the child’s key person and is a summary of the child’s development between 24 and 36 months. This progress checks allows both the key person, parents and professionals to identify the child’s level of progress.
The two years progress check is shared during the child’s two years check with the health visitor. It concentrates on the 3 primes learning areas
- personal, social and emotional development
- physical development
- communication and language
The available document gives advice to early years practitioners completing the EYFS progress check at age 2.
Available Document : Know how guide: the EYFS progress check at age two
Examples of Two Year Progress Checks CLICK HERE