Training

Training

Training

Inclusiveness within Early Years

This informative and resourceful course provides an opportunity for EYFS practitioners to examine their current practice and identify gaps in practice. It will explore ways on how settings can value, embrace and celebrate the rich culture and languages of their diverse community.

Course aims:

  • Provide opportunity to examine and identify the gaps within the inclusive provision

  • Develop practitioner knowledge of key strategies in addressing address provision gaps

  • Support the next steps in the development of inclusive provision within your setting

Equality and Equity in Early Years: Talking about race, racism and diversity in education!

(Part 1 - This is a 2-part course and we recommend attendance to both sessions for maximum benefit)   This session aims to explore the current debate about racism. It will draw on the current context of living in Modern Britain and help practitioners and managers to understand the impact on...

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Quality Interactions with Children

Quality Interactions with Children

Quality interactions are key to children's development and progress. This training is for all EY practitioners and is designed to inspire meaningful communication and conversations with children. This course has a practical twist to bring it to life. There's nothing like trying the activities...

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Talk in Early Years: Boosting the language development of children, in particular those from the BAME groups and learners of EAL

Talk in Early Years: Boosting the language development of children, in particular those from the BAME  groups and learners of EAL

This informative course addressees the concerns in language development of children from BAME groups and  learners of EAL. It provides a great opportunity to identify key barriers for language development; to explore  effective early intervention strategies and to review resources for...

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We all Behave

We all Behave

We all find some children’s behaviour a challenge at times. Not many are up to date with latest theories and proved practices to support children self regulating. Gone are the sticker charts and in are techniques that will make you think again how you help children who struggle in our settings....

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Suitable for: EYFS practitioners and providers, childminders, teachers, managers, leadership, governors