Available courses

Birth to 5 Matters - Developing your maths subject knowledge of Counting
Elaine Bennett

Birth to 5 Matters - Developing your maths subject knowledge of Counting

In this webinar, Elaine will help you develop your mathematical subject knowledge with a specific focus on Counting.

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Birth to 5 Matters - Literacy and the EYFS reforms
Penny Cartwright

Birth to 5 Matters - Literacy and the EYFS reforms

The EYFS Reforms will be statutory from September 2021. These two online sessions will support practitioners to become familiar with the changes to the EYFS reforms and the educational programme for literacy.

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Birth to 5 Matters - Nurturing mathematical minds
Elaine Bennett

Birth to 5 Matters - Nurturing mathematical minds

In this webinar, Elaine will explore the essential elements of a pedagogically responsible maths curriculum for the under 5s and how Birth to 5 Matters can support you to build rich maths teaching and learning opportunities. 

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Building relationships and attachment in the reformed EYFS
Tamsin Grimmer

Building relationships and attachment in the reformed EYFS

This 2 part course will explore attachment theory and make links to the revised EYFS. It will consider how adults can promote positive attachments through relational practice and developing a loving pedagogy. 

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Celebrating and reflecting inclusion and diversity through books
Anne Harding

Celebrating and reflecting inclusion and diversity through books

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. 

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Communication and Language and the EYFS Reforms
Penny Cartwright

Communication and Language and the EYFS Reforms

The EYFS Reforms will be statutory from September 2021, and one of the main aims of the reforms was to strengthen language and vocabulary development, particularly to support disadvantaged children. These two online sessions will support practitioners to become familiar with the changes to the EYFS reforms and what the educational programme for communication and language really looks like in practice.

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Creativity in Practice: Nurturing Creative and Critical thinking in Early Childhood education
Pete Moorhouse

Creativity in Practice: Nurturing Creative and Critical thinking in Early Childhood education

This two part training will focus on the theory and practice of creativity, and how it can embrace all areas of learning.

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Equality, Race and Unconscious Bias - Spring 2021
Stella Louis

Equality, Race and Unconscious Bias - Spring 2021

This course will examine and challenge educators’ pedagogical practice and values reflected in practice, through having conversations about stereotypes, unconscious bias and myths about people, culture and communities.

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Exploring Birth to 5 Matters: finding your way around the guidance
Di Chilvers

Exploring Birth to 5 Matters: finding your way around the guidance

This webinar provides an opportunity to delve into the Birth to 5 Matters guidance and find out how it can support your pedagogy and practice with young children. 

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Exploring Observation, Assessment and Planning in the context of the Ofsted and EYFS Reforms
Di Chilvers

Exploring Observation, Assessment and Planning in the context of the Ofsted and EYFS Reforms

The process of Observe, Assess, Plan is at the core of children’s development and learning, a professional skill which informs the experiences we provide for children, or in other words the early years curriculum. In these workshops Di will unpick this process from the perspective of the child.

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Exploring Observation, Assessment, and Planning in the context of the Ofsted and EYFS Reforms
Di Chilvers

Exploring Observation, Assessment, and Planning in the context of the Ofsted and EYFS Reforms

The process of Observe, Assess, Plan is at the core of children’s development and learning, a professional skill which informs the experiences we provide for children, or in other words the early years curriculum. In these workshops Di will unpick this process from the perspective of the child.

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Expressive Arts and Design in the Reformed EYFS
Anni McTavish

Expressive Arts and Design in the Reformed EYFS

This two-part webinar will emphasise the importance of the arts to children’s well-being, and review the changes to the recently reformed EYFS and implications for practice.

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