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July 21, 2018

Child Protection in the Early Years

This 6 hour training provides nursery staff with information to ensure all adults working with children understand their roles and responsibilities and can respond to children who may be or are at risk from harm. The course content looks at: • Children’s Rights Federal Law Number 3 • Professional responsibilities…

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July 23, 2018

Circle Time

Circle time provides many opportunities for children to develop their communication and language skills as well as their self-confidence and self-esteem, yet many practitioners find it difficult to keep children engaged during this time. This interactive session will provide you with a range of different age-appropriate ideas and activities, ensuring…

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August 1, 2018

Let’s Get Creative

In this two hour CPD, you will learn the importance of being creative in the classroom; how to motivate and inspire children. Creativity is more a skill than an inborn talent and we can help develop this by providing opportunities to sing songs, dance, create music and experiment with a…

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August 8, 2018

Getting it Right for Boys

Stress is often present where there is too much adult directed activity, too much sitting still and too much ‘skill’ work. Are you supporting your boys with age appropriate activities in your setting? This course will help you understand how boys have different needs from girls and that their needs…

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August 13, 2018

Phonics Part 1 & Part 2 August

Young children need to have a language rich environment and a systematic approach to their phonics learning. On this course the tutor will clarify teachers’ understanding of how and when to introduce young children to phonics, examine current practice and extend the activities that are currently taking place. It will…

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December 12, 2018

Play in the Early Years

Teaching young children is a highly skilled process, very different to the way in which teaching is undertaken in KS1 and KS2. It is about the complex relationship between child-initiated play and adult-focused teaching. This requires adults to understand the basics of child development, including cognitive and language development. Adults…

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