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Emerging, expected and exceeding: Understanding the Revised Early Years… (edition 2013)

by Nancy Stewart, Helen Moylett

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Title:Emerging, expected and exceeding: Understanding the Revised Early Years Foundation Stage Profile
Authors:Nancy Stewart
Other authors:Helen Moylett
Info:British Association for Early Childhood Education (2013), Paperback, 72 pages
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Emerging, expected and exceeding: Understanding the Revised Early Years Foundation Stage Profile by Nancy Stewart

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