Effective teaching for all EYFS practitioners
Natasha Dasilva / Rebecca Emery
All Leaders / Assistant Headteachers / Deputy Headteachers / Early Years Leaders / Early Years Practitioners / Headteachers / New/Aspiring Subject Leaders / Pastoral Staff / Support Staff / Teaching Assistants
Academies and Schools (including EYFS) / Early Years PVI Settings
Early Years Foundation Stage
Find out how all adults working in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) can have maximum impact supporting children’s learning and gain a deeper understanding of what high-quality teaching during child-initiated learning looks like.
This two-part course will explore “the role of the adult” and “playful approaches to teaching”.
This course will address the September 2021 Department for Education, Ofsted and non-statutory guidance changes, giving delegates the most up-to-date information available.
- understand the role of an effective adult in the EYFS
- develop an understanding of how to guide and challenge children’s learning during child-initiated learning
- take part in a gap task around developing the adult role during child-initiated learning
- gain an understanding of the play cycle and how to embed it in the setting/school
- understand how to make the most of every interaction adults have with children in order to promote learning
- an improved understanding of the practitioner role in the EYFS
- strategies to develop the characteristics of effective learning in the setting/school
- awareness of how to effectively support and develop learning through play
- up-to-date knowledge of EYFS statutory framework expectations for adults working in early years settings and Nursery and Reception classes
This training course is aimed at those working with 3-5 year olds only.
This is a two-part course. It is complemented by attending the training series ‘Achieving a manageable workload in the EYFS’, and ‘Developing high-quality Early Years learning environments’.
The cost of attending this training is £138 + VAT per delegate.
Wednesday 20 October 2021
Tuesday 9 November 2021
Tuesday 19 October 2021
Maximum places per establishment