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EYFS: Alistair Bryce-Clegg: Excellence in the Early Years

Target audience:

Head teachers, Members of Senior leadership team, Middle leaders, Early Years Co-ordinators, Early Yeras Practitioners, Early Years Support Staff, Governors

Outline of event:

This full day conference will be presented by Alistair Bryce-Clegg a nationally renowned early years speaker and author. He will focus on excellence in the early years and how the theory translates in to effective everyday practice.

Conference Overview
The (EYFS) learning and development requirements are informed by the best available evidence on how children learn and reflect the broad range of skills, knowledge and attitudes children need as foundations for good future progress.
(Statutory framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage 2012)
Our Early Years settings should be the best place to learn and achieve. There is huge potential to really engage children in their learning through quality play experiences in a stimulating environment. All too often this potential is squeezed out of Early Years by a misguided belief that a ‘formal’ approach to teaching and learning is the only way to get results.
A wealth of experience and a passion for quality child led learning tells me that this isn’t the case. A well planned environment that underpins quality play experiences, delivered by skillfull practitioners is a guaranteed recipe for success. Through ‘Excellence in Early Years’ I will introduce you to a range of tried and tested strategies that will help you to achieve this goal.
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During the day he will look at
• How you can link your environment to on going assessment.
• The balance between adult led and child initiated learning.
• The principles behind the concept of Continuous Provision and how to make it work.
• How you can use your environment, planning and assessment to show that children are making progress within the Development Matters statement.

Learning and Teaching Outcomes:

Delegates will know:
. How you can link your environment to on going assessment.
• The balance between adult led and child initiated learning.
• The principles behind the concept of Continuous Provision and how to make it work.
• How you can use your environment, planning and assessment to show that children are making progress within the Development Matters statement.

We expect that all CPD will involve integral evaluation processes

Preparation:

Have a look at Alistairs website.

www.abcdoes.com

Online resources:

Duration: this is a full day event

professional or governor standards:

1a 1b 4a 4b 5a 

 

item code ~ event 204
Event Facilitator: Emerald Grant

 

These are the dates for this event

 Tue 12 Mar 2019-Bishop Burton (Conference Hall)

notice: ONLY TWO BOOKINGS PER SCHOOL PLEASE!

£120.00 per person for SLA schools inc. SLA Academies

£207.00 for non-SLA Academies

£180.00 for non-SLA LA schools

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