With the revised EYFS becoming statutory in September 2021, curriculum policies will naturally come under review as part of adjustments that early years settings must make to reflect the reforms. This session focuses on the specific area of Literacy, and offers an approach to revising your setting’s current Literacy policy.
Attachment is an in-built mechanism that guarantees the protection of the infant and their optimal development, but it is also activated whenever a threat is perceived. This webinar addresses how we use this awareness to work with parents/carers and children at this significant time.
This webinar will help you develop your mathematical subject knowledge with a specific focus on Counting.
This webinar will help you develop your mathematical subject knowledge with a specific focus on Spatial Reasoning.
Language development is a central concern in the education field, particularly following the recent pandemic. This webinar looks beyond the impact of the pandemic to support the most vulnerable children to develop those fundamental language skills.
This two-part course will empower and leaders and practitioners to use their knowledge about self regulation to take informed, intelligent and highly effective action to support children to develop self regulation and become "calm, alert and ready to learn" and to increase children’s ability to regulate their emotions and their behaviour.
This new two-part course will start with an examination of the importance and power of inclusive book collections that represent society’s diversity. We will look particularly at their value in terms of children's personal, social and emotional development and their knowledge and understanding.
This webinar will explore creative practice-based examples of how you can enable your children’s ecological enquiries, whilst supporting their emotional understanding, well-being and sense of self, whilst inviting ourselves as educators to consider our values about, sustainability, ecological and climate crisis and young children’s PSED in early childhood.
This two-part course will look at a variety of ways to develop high-quality play, with a particular focus on children's happiness and emotional health.
This workshop will outline the changes to Expressive Arts and Design (EAD), and how you might use these as a positive starting point to review your practice. Along with practical ideas, you will have the chance to discuss your art and design curriculum in small groups. There will also be the opportunity to begin a working document, to support planning for new ideas or to enhance an aspect of the arts further.