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Working in the EYFS: Taking a look at the principles

Event/course Code EYC 18/048
Event/course type Course
Number of sessions 1  
Event/course summary This course is suitable for any practitioner working with children from birth to 5, for those new to working within this age range and for those looking to refine their practice.

A session combining theory alongside practical ideas to support learning and development of our youngest children.
The trainer will be using videos and photographs of the London Primary School she is based in as consultant.


Aims This course will:
- Consider child development.

- Develop enabling environments.

- Discuss the role of the adult.

- Ensure planning and progress. 
Learning outcomes - skills and knowledge By the end of the course participants will be able to:

- Be able to build on their practice.

- Be able to consider their roles and responsibilities.

- Plan practical ideas to take back to the settings.

- Create an action plan.
Intended impact on practice Through developing a better understanding of the EYFS, practitioners will be able to effectively implement the curriculum within their settings.
Additional event/course information The start time advertised on TPD allows 15 minutes for arrival/refreshments etc.
Who is this event for? This course is suitable for any practitioner working with children from birth to 5, for those new to working within this age range and for those looking to refine their practice. 
Lead Trainer
Trainers Ruth Moore
Information about trainer(s) Ruth's career in education began as teacher in Year 2. Now as a former Primary, Nursery and Children’s Centre Head Teacher and School Improvement Advisor she firmly believes that children in their early years learn best in environments that provide opportunities to risk take, experiment, practise, think and discover - both indoors and out.

Ruth endorses the method of 'planning in the moment' for young children ensuring that their learning is fulfilling and meaningful. Ruth's current work includes coaching and mentoring practitioners who are working with children with additional needs and supporting practitioners working with children from birth to 6 within Schools, Children Centres and the private and voluntary sector.

For one day a week she is based in a Primary School and Children’s Centre enabling her training to be practical, ‘grass roots’ based and reflective.

Currently Ruth is working as a School Improvement Advisor alongside coaching and mentoring practitioners.
 
Subject Areas Early Years & Foundation Stage
Key Stages
Foundation No KS1 Yes KS2 Yes KS3 Yes KS4 Yes KS5 Yes 14-19/24 Yes 
Event/course administrator Samreen Zamir (samreen.zamir@richmondandwandsworth.gov.uk)
Event/course organiser Alison Strickland
Event/course costs
Richmond and Wandsworth statutory organisation and Wandsworth school£110.00
Wandsworth voluntary or community organisation and Richmond voluntary or community organisation (adult services)£110.00
Wandsworth private, independent or academy school / organisation and Richmond private organisation (adult services)£110.00
Out of Wandsworth borough school or organisation (children's services) / out of Richmond and Wandsworth organisation (adult services)£150.00
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Monday 11 June 201809:15 - 15:30Wandsworth Professional Development CentreMap