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Practical strategies to support children with Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs (Bristol City Schools and Early Years settings only).
This session will provide an overview of some of the reasons that children can have SEMH needs. There will be the opportunity to find out about different practical strategies that can be used to support children. The session will also provide time for practitioners to reflect on and share their experiences of supporting children with SEMH needs.Find out more »
This is an introductory session to support you to embed the Early Years Foundation Stage in your setting whilst ensuring that children and families are at the heart of good practice. We will explore the four themes of EYFS, the Key Person role, Characteristics of Effective Learning and consider how to develop an effective learning environment in the context of a Reception class. During the session participants will have opportunities to: Explore the 4 themes of the EYFS and how…Find out more »
This 1 day course will explore the basics of effective, authentic and meaningful interactions with children in the EYs. We will cover what makes for quality interactions: the way we use our body and voice, how we listen, pause, and reflect on children’s learning with them. How we can deepen their thinking, provoke new learning and delight in the children’s fascinations. During the sessions participants will have opportunities to: Understand the significance of effective, meaningful and respectful interactions on children’s…Find out more »
The Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation stage requires that providers must put appropriate arrangements in place for the supervision of staff who have contact with young children and families. We will review understanding, policy, protocols and procedures for developing effective supervision in your EYFS setting/class teams. It will also explore some of the complexities of being an effective supervisor and some of the strategies to get the most out of your team in this role. During the session…Find out more »
Participants will: Gain skills in learning the most appropriate songs and activities to develop children’s musicality Develop skills to notice and support children’s music-making in all areas of your setting Watch and discuss young children’s spontaneous music making and look at ways adults might play creatively with children Discuss theoretical information to inform and support our practice, with a brief over-view of musical development in young children and the benefits of music making in the early yearsFind out more »