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2021 SPECIAL OFFER – PURCHASE 4 TRAINING SESSIONS AND GET A 5TH FREE!
We are running a special offer for 2021. Book your 4 sessions online as normal and email adminBEYTSA@bristol-schools.uk with details of the 5th session (of same or less value) you wish to book for free.
Development Matters is being rewritten as EYFS Curriculum Guidance. This session will be an opportunity to consider the main changes in the reformed EYFS and what this means for leadership, practice and pedagogy in early years settings and schools. We will explore new ideas around best practice for pedagogy, assessment, curriculum and self-regulation and executive function as suggested in the guidance. We will reflect on what we think about these ideas and what will this mean for our settings and…Find out more »
This session 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. We will use the quality interaction checklist to learn more about how to develop good practice.Find out more »
This one-day course will give delegates a chance to reflect on the power of child-initiated play and how best to organise this. Delegates will explore how the deepest levels of involvement are seen during child-initiated play and how this indicates brain development. During the session delegates will: Reflect what needs to be in place to support the highest quality of child-initiated play Consider how best to organise an environment to support each unique child as they pursue their own interests…Find out more »
This session will consider how the emotional needs of children can be supported by a learning environment that holds, listens, nurtures and enables. We will explore structures, relationships, the key person approach and working with families to develop a pedagogy that is built on attachment led practice and a trauma informed approach. There will be an opportunity to reflect on the latest research into ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) and how these can affect the long term health and wellbeing for…Find out more »
Children are not born with self-regulation skills. They develop them as they experience warm, nurturing and loving relationships with significant adults and others around them. Clear and consistent behavioural boundaries also play a part. This session will help you to support children’s behaviour and self- regulation through a conflict resolution approach that is positive and empowering. You will learn the basic technique that is tailored to the unique needs of very young children and supports personal, social and emotional development.…Find out more »