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Conference Centre, Knowledge Park

January 27th

Managing Behaviour in the Primary Years (TAs)

03:30 pm - 06:30 pm @

Come and explore the significance and impact of positive relationships within the classroom environment. Learn new skills to build successful relationships and techniques to enhance the learning and well-being of children. This interactive session will look at approaches to use when dealing with challenging behaviour and the importance of maintaining…

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February 23rd

Movement to Promote Writing and Readiness

09:00 am - 11:00 am @

Discover why the foundations of good pencil control need to be established long before a child first tries to write. This course explains why successful pencil control needs more than a good tripod grip. The foundations are laid with the acquisition of core stability, bilateral co-ordination, visual tracking and gross…

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February 23rd

An Active Approach to Leadership

09:00 am - 11:00 am @

Being an effective leader is not easy in ever changing contexts. We know that the people we work with bring their own values and beliefs to the workplace based on their diverse backgrounds, cultures and experiences. This session discusses how to take an active approach to your leadership by knowing…

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February 23rd

Physical Phonics

09:00 am - 11:00 am @

Phonics is essential for teaching children the key skills they will need when they learn to read and write. Phonics should be approached in a fun and engaging way to ensure that children get the most from their learning experience. Join us on this interactive session to learn how to…

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February 23rd

Come Out to Play

09:00 am - 11:00 am @

Physical literacy is defined as the motivation, physical competence and confidence to develop a fundamental movement foundation for lifelong participation in physical activity. Enabling children to develop physical literacy in the early years not only supports children’s holistic development but also encourages them to be healthy, active movers. This interactive…

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February 23rd

Let’s Dance!

11:45 am - 01:45 pm @

Dance allows children to express feelings, explore emotions and tell stories. However, teachers sometimes lack confidence in developing this aspect of children’s creativity. During this active session we will explore dance in the early years. Come and join Charlotte Gast and Karen Burns as they combine their strengths of drama…

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February 23rd

Being Active in Improving Well-being

11:45 am - 01:45 pm @

CPD for both teachers and teaching assistants in the primary years. Let us demonstrate best practice approaches in promoting learners’ self-esteem, emotional literacy and raising confidence in managing behaviour. This CPD will also look at what key aspects work to promote classroom learning and wellbeing along with the importance of…

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February 23rd

Movement and Maths

11:45 am - 01:45 pm @

Get up and get active with Maths! We often associate maths with only numbers and find our parents saying “she knows her numbers”; this often means a child can recite numbers in ascending order rather than understanding what they actually are. Adults need to be able to understand their role…

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February 23rd

Get Active in the Classroom

11:45 am - 01:45 pm @

Children can spend almost half of their day in the nursery environment. It is therefore important that all opportunities to encourage and promote physical activity during that time are utilised. Come and explore games and activities that children can do at their desks or in areas that require minimal rearrangement…

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February 23rd

Let’s Go and Play

02:30 pm - 04:30 pm @

Children have an innate drive to play. From a very young age children start playing. However some children do not show the expected development in their play-skills and could benefit from specific games to learn these skills. During this training we will discuss the expected pattern of play skills and…

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