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CPD Opportunities

'Effective teaching requires considerable knowledge and skill, which should be developed as teachers’ careers progress.  High-quality professional development requires workplaces to be steeped in rigorous scholarship, with professionals continually developing and supporting each other so that pupils benefit from the best possible teaching' - DfE: Standard for teachers’ professional development

 

Please see the following list of current CPD courses on offer for 2019/20.  All of our courses take place in East Kent Schools:

Becoming a Research Practitioner Supervisor - Term 1 
A mindful approach, how might minfulness enrich your lesson? - Term 1
Challenging Conversations - 2nd October 2019
Lets get moving! Developing skills for writing - 10th October 2019
Early Literacy - 30th October 2019
What does 'effective adult support' look like in the classroom? - Term 1
Designing your bespoke Primary curriculum - 3rd October 2019
Becoming a Research Practitioner - Term 2
Why are Boys continuing to underachieve compared to girls? - 6th November 2019

Encouraging Positive Behaviour in the Early Years - 7th November 2019

Pre-School & Nursery Network Meetings - 2019/20

 

 

2018/19 CPD Courses

Characteristics of Effective Learning - Tuesday 16th October 2018
Supporting the more able in the Early Years - Tuesday 13th November 2018
Developing Communication & Language skills within Early Years - Thursday 22nd November 2018
ASD Detectives - Monday 26th November 2018

How positive relationships help to improve students attitude for learning - Thursday 13th December 2018
 
Let them do everything: a great curriculum in your school - 16th January 2019
Building a reading School - Thursday 24th January 2019
Through the eyes of a 5 year old - Everyday life in a Reception class - Thursday 7th February 2019
Through the Eyes of 4 Year Olds - Preparation for School - Tuesday 19th March
Through the Eyes of 4 Year Olds - Learning Through Play - COURSE FULL
Developmental Movement in Early Years - Tuesday 7th March 2019
Letters & Sounds Phase 1 Phonics for Nursery Children - Tuesday 13th March 2019
Singing & Signing - Thursday 21st March 2018
Through the eyes of a 5 year old - Everyday life in a Reception class - Thursday 25th April 2019

 

  

  

Becoming a Research Practitioner Supervisor

Deliverer: Miriam Hobbs

Date: Term 1 - TBC

Time: 4:15 pm

Venue: Herne Bay High School

Course Fee: Free 

COURSE OUTLINE

This course will guide you through the process of coaching a research practitioner in refining their research, developing an appropriate research methodology and supporting their application of an ethics policy.  It will enable you to supervise research practice in your schools and support practitioners who wish to develop more innovative pedagogies and philosophies.

COURSE aims

  • To understand the purpose of research as a practitioner

  • To be able to assess the efficacy of a research methodologies and the ethics of research;

  • To be able to assess the quality of a piece of research in findings.


WHO IS THE COURSE FOR?

Teachers interested in research and coaching.

 

To book your place please complete the booking form and return to EKLA:

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A mindful approach, how might mindfulness enrich your lesson?

Deliverer: David Brooks

Date: Term 1 - TBC

Time: 4:30 pm

Venue: Dane Court Grammar School

Course Fee: Free 

COURSE OUTLINE

A discussion about the benefits of mindfulness we will look at how mindfulness could be used on a whole school, individual class or on an intervention basis. We will consider how mindfulness practices can be used to change student and teacher mindsets and promote greater well-being. We will explore the place and responsibility of teaching ‘softer’ or non subject specific skills such as mindsets, personal learning and thinking skills and the IB learner profile alongside content in our lessons. We will also eat chocolate for educational purposes.

COURSE aims

  • To open up a discussion about whether mindfulness could improve your teaching.
  • To consider the impact that more resilient, less stressed students could have on learning in your classroom.
  • To promote a whole student approach to curriculum and lesson planning.


WHO IS THE COURSE FOR?

Training is broad so suitable for All.

 

To book your place please complete the booking form and return to EKLA:

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Challenging Conversations

Deliverer: Lucie Tuner (SLE)

Date: 2nd October 2019

Time: 4:30 pm

Venue: St Anselms Catholic School, Canterbury

Course Fee: Free 

COURSE OUTLINE

Writing is an important part of children’s learning and development in school but do you know and understand all of the stages they have to go through before they are able to put pencil to paper? This course will explore the important stages and skills children need to develop in order to be able to be competent and skilled makers of marks. There will be the opportunity to engage in a range of fun activities that can be enjoyed with children that enable them to develop these skills in fun and engaging ways. Get ready to move!

COURSE aims

  • To learn how to navigate difficult conversations and challenging situations with colleagues

  • To know how to strategise and reach your desired outcome


WHO IS THE COURSE FOR?

Middle and senior leaders.

 

To book your place please complete the booking form and return to EKLA:

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Lets get moving! Developing skills for writing

Deliverer: Gemma Keeble (SLE)

Date: 10th October 2019

Time: 4:00 pm

Venue: St Alphege Infant School, Whitstable

Course Fee: Free 

COURSE OUTLINE

Writing is an important part of children’s learning and development in school but do you know and understand all of the stages they have to go through before they are able to put pencil to paper? This course will explore the important stages and skills children need to develop in order to be able to be competent and skilled makers of marks. There will be the opportunity to engage in a range of fun activities that can be enjoyed with children that enable them to develop these skills in fun and engaging ways. Get ready to move!

COURSE aims

  • To develop an understanding of the physical development children need to go through before they can write.
  • To explore fun ways to engage children and develop their gross and fine motor skills.
  • To share ideas and engage in dialogue with other practitioners.


WHO IS THE COURSE FOR?

Early Years Foundation Stage Teachers and Practitioners.

 

To book your place please complete the booking form and return to EKLA:

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Early Literacy

Deliverer: Fiona Ingram (SLE)

Date: 30th October 2018

Time: 4:15 pm

Venue: Herne CE Infant & Nursery School

Course Fee: Free to Early Years Practioners and Teachers

COURSE OUTLINE

This course will give Early Years Practitioners a range of practical ideas to support children as they take the journey to Early Literacy (Reading and Writing). By the end of the course practitioners will have:

  • an overview of Early Literacy
  • an understanding of the role of the adult in supporting the development of early literacy skills
  • confidence in how to work with parents to enable them to support their child’s early literacy development.

This course will enable you to share practical ideas that will sow the seeds for a love of literacy that will last a lifetime.

WHO IS THE COURSE FOR?

Early Years Foundation Stage Practitioners and Teachers.

To book your place please complete the booking form and return to EKLA:

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What does 'effective adult support' look like in the classroom?

Deliverer: Craig May

Date: Term 1 - TBC

Time: 4:30 pm

Venue: PLCC, The Canterbury Primary School

Course Fee: FREE

COURSE OUTLINE

This CPD is designed to encourage professional dialogue on how adults support children within the mainstream setting.  It is designed to develop the strategies you use to have a positive impact on children's education.  By the end of the training, you will have a bank of strategies to effectively support a variety of children within the classroom.

aims of the course

  • To identify the impact the teaching assistant has on the children.
  • To gain knowledge on the effectively use of adults time in the classroom.
  • To gain and develop support strategies.

WHO IS THE COURSE FOR?

TAs, NQTs and clasroom teachers.

To book your place please complete the booking form and return to EKLA:

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Designing your bespoke Primary curriculum

Deliverer: Beth Wilson

Date: 3rd October 2019

Time: 4:15pm

Venue: PLCC, The Canterbury Primary School

Course Fee: FREE

COURSE OUTLINE

In light of the change in Ofsted criteria, the course will examine ways in which school leaders can develop the curriculum in their own schools, ensuring that the curriculum is rigorous and robust and excites both the children and the staff who will be delivering it.

We will look at how to personalise the curriculum to meet the needs and interests of your individuals and explore the importance of skills that can be learnt both outside the classroom and outside the curriculum.

Additional Information

At the end of the session, delegates will be given the opportunity to sign up for networking sessions across the academic year.

aims of the course

  • To explore ways of developing the primary curriculum.

  • To give practical ideas to lead curriculum design.

  • To create an action plan for curriculum development in schools.

  • To provide opportunities for networking between subject leaders in schools.

WHO IS THE COURSE FOR?

Subject leads with some responsibility for curriculum design, Primary Teachers, Senior Leaders.



To book your place please complete the booking form and return to EKLA:

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Becoming a Research Practitioner 

Deliverer: Miriam Hobbs

Date: Term 2 - TBC

Time: 4:15 pm

Venue: Herne Bay High School

Course Fee: Free 

COURSE OUTLINE

This course will guide you through the process of identifying an area of enquiry in your education practice, undertaking a piece of action, academic or case study research and the final presentation of your results.  Through the course you will need access to a peer who is able to support you and supervise your research in order to maintain its integrity. This course is for all practitioners who are excited by education, who are full of new and innovative ideas, and who are just looking for that last ‘push’ to change the educational world of their students. Supervisor training and guidance will be made available.

COURSE aims

  • To understand the purpose of research as a practitioner;

  • To be able to compile a research methodologies and understand the ethics of research;

  • To be able to write up a research project and share your findings. 


WHO IS THE COURSE FOR?

Classroom Teachers.

 

To book your place please complete the booking form and return to EKLA:

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Why are Boys continuing to underachieve in Writing compared to girls?

Deliverer: Leigh Bryant (SLE)

Date: 6th November 2019

Time: 4:00 pm

Venue: Herne Bay Infant School

Course Fee: Free 

initiative

To diminish the gap in Writing between Boys and Girls: to promote speaking and listening through carefully selected texts which inspire, motivate and embed the key skills of writing.

situation analysis

Why is there a reluctance to engage in writing? What does the research tell us?

What can we do to support them in the Early Years?

The link between writing and a real experience.

Exploring key skills needed to communicate ideas and become competent writers. 

additional information

A research based session that will practically explore actor training and how this has improved my teaching practice over the past 5 years. This shall be a whistle stop tour of decades of actors training and shall be practically based. This is an opportunity to boost your confidence in the classroom and your understanding of ‘performing’ the role of the teacher.


WHO IS THE COURSE FOR?

EYFS teachers and KS1 practitioners.

 

To book your place please complete the booking form and return to EKLA:

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Encouraging Positive Behaviour in the Early Years

Deliverer: Gemma Keeble (SLE)

Date: 7th November 2019

Time: 4:00 pm

Venue: St Alphege Infant School, Whitstable

Course Fee: Free 

COURSE OUTLINE

This twilight will provide delegates with the opportunity to develop an understanding of the background and possible reasons for children’s behaviour. There will be information shared regarding professional roles and responsibilities regarding behaviour, safeguarding awareness for both children and staff as well as plenty for opportunity for professional dialogue and the sharing of experiences and practical behaviour strategies.

COURSE aims

  • To develop an understanding of children’s behaviour and possible reasons and causes

  • To explore strategies to support children to manage their behaviour in the setting

  • To enable practitioners to feel confident when dealing with challenging behaviour in the setting

  • To explore strategies for working with parents and talking to parents regarding their child and their behaviour


WHO IS THE COURSE FOR?

Early Years Foundation Stage Teachers and Practitioners.

 

To book your place please complete the booking form and return to EKLA:

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2018/19 CPD Courses

 

 

Characteristics of Effective Learning

Deliverer: Mags Minter (SLE)

Date: Tuesday 16th October 2018

Time: 4:00 - 5:30 pm

Venue: Herne Infant & Nursery School

Course Fee: Free 

Course Outline

The Characteristics of Effective Learning are the key elements of how children play and learn. We have heard the theory but what does this look like in an Early Years setting?  This course explores some ways that the Characteristics of Effective Learning can be implemented into planning, the learning environment and reporting to parents; and how purposeful Child Initiated Play can hold the key to developing these Characteristics.  With this new knowledge and exploration practitioners will be able to start implementing change as soon as they return to their setting or school.

 Aims of Course

  • Recap on what we know about The Characteristics of Effective Learning.
  • To look at how an effectively planned and purposeful environment can be used to promote the Characteristics of Effective Learning and extend the children’s learning.
  • To provide a bank of ideas of play based activities to promote the Characteristics.
  • Explore how we can use the information we gather from observations and knowledge of the child to report to parents.

Who is the course for?

Early Years Foundation Stage Practitioners and Teachers

To book your place please complete the booking form and return to EKLA:

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Supporting the more able in Early Years

Deliverer: Mags Minter

Date: Tuesday 13th November 2018

Time: 9:30 - 11:30 am

Venue: Herne CE Infant & Nursery School

Course Fee: Free

COURSE OUTLINE

“When we learn something new, we grow stars in our head” Eva, 4

Each day in the Early Years is jam packed with a wide range of activities, opportunities and learning through play. Children come into school from a range of experiences and variable abilities. How can we tailor our provision to ensure there is diversity to allow our more able children to learn something new every day? Come and explore some ways that differentiation can impact on progression by looking at:

  • Some ways to differentiate Teacher Directed activities. Is there a structure that doesn’t fail?
  • Extending children during Child Initiated Play in a variety of ways

WHO IS THE COURSE FOR?

This course is ideal for all Year R practitioners.

 

To book your place please complete the booking form and return to EKLA:

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Developing Communication & Language skills within EYS

Deliverer: Claire Longhorn (SLE)

Date: Thursday 22nd November 2018

Time: 4:15 - 6:00 pm

Venue: Joy Lane Primary School

Course Fee: Free 

COURSE OUTLINE

An introduction into supporting children developing their Communication and Language skills in the EYFS. How to create a language rich environment in which both children's speech and language can develop and grow. Highlighting the importance of Communication and Language skills and the impact these have on the rest of the EYFS profile.

  • To highlight the importance of Communication and Language development within the Early   Years
  • To begin to understand how language develops from the age of 2-4.
  • To share ideas about how to develop children's C&L skills through play opportunities.
  • To share ideas about useful resources that support C&L development 

 

WHO IS THE COURSE FOR?

NQTs working in EYFS, Student Teachers, Teaching Assistants, New to the EYFS, Nursery Practitioners

 

To book your place please complete the booking form and return to EKLA:

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ASD Detectives

Deliverer: Craig May

Date: Monday 26th November 2018

Time: 4:30 - 6:00 pm

Venue: PLCC, Canterbury Primary School 

Course Fee: Free

Course Outline

How to investigate certain behaviour traits. What to do about them. How to pre-empt them.

During this training session, you will develop your understanding of ASC (previously ASD) and actively take part in widening your knowledge of the reasons why children with ASC do the things they do.

There will be activities to take part in to share good practice and you will be able to take away many strategies to help support children with ASC.

You will be asked to become a ‘detective’, where you will identify, support and challenge behaviours.  There will be plenty of emphasis on social behaviours and how to support, manage and develop parent’s behaviour towards ASC.

Who is the course for?

Nursery, Primary and Secondary staff.  Teaching assistants and/or teaching staff.

 

To book your place please complete the booking form and return to EKLA:

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How positive relationships help to improve students attitude to learning

Deliverer: Ian Wallace - Asociate Headteacher/Head of PE

Date: Thursday 13th December 2018 

Time: 4:30 - 6:00 pm

Venue: Dane Court Grammar School

Course Fee: Free 

COURSE OUTLINE

The aim of this course is to discuss, briefly, the impact of good relationships with teachers, upon a student’s progress and attitude to learning. The bulk of the session is spent exploring how we go about building these long lasting and effective relationships to ensure that we enable our students to make the progress they should and have a positive attitude to their learning. The session is designed to be interactive, to encourage sharing of good practice and to promote discussion. 

WHO IS THE COURSE FOR?

Trainee Teachers / Newly Qualified Teachers / Teachers seeking to discuss and share good practice. 

 

To book your place please complete the booking form and return to EKLA:

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Let them do everything: a great curriculum for your school

Deliverer: Robin Hammerton

Date: Wednesday 16th January 2019

Time: 10:00 am – 3:45 pm (coffee from 9:45 am)

Venue: PLCC, Canterbury Primary School 

Course Fee: £75 (to include lunch)

COURSE OUTLINE

At this practical development day we will look at how you can deepen your school’s curriculum, across all of the subjects, so that it inspires and excites your pupils and staff.  This will help with the increased Ofsted focus on curriculum breadth and the new inspection framework.  More importantly, it will help develop the talents and interests of your pupils.  The course will also show how and why a great curriculum leads to high standards in the basics.

During this session we will:

  • Summarise what is new; share best practice and up to date Ofsted thinking about the curriculum, including outside the classroom.
  • Think through why breadth matters and ways to ‘do it’, which are stimulating but unthreatening and building on your existing good practice.
  • Discuss practical activities on curriculum design, relevant to your school and the local area.
  • Seek to meet your pupils’ actual needs.
  • Consider how to make the curriculum robust and rigorous.
  • Work out ways forward for each school.

About the Facilitator

Robin Hammerton is a former Kent head teacher and was an HMI for eleven years. As HMI he led and worked on many national surveys including those on curriculum design and creativity and learning outside the classroom. He gave the keynote speech at the then government’s launch of its new curriculum in 2009, (which was quite a feat because as an HMI he didn’t actually represent the government). He was national adviser for personalisation and, more recently, the national lead for music.

WHO IS THE COURSE FOR?

Head teachers, Senior Leaders and Senior Governors – Infant, Junior, Primary and Secondary Schools.

 

To book your place please complete the booking form and return to EKLA:

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Building a reading school

Deliverer: Siobhain Harkins 

Date: Thursday 24th January 2019

Time: 4:30 - 6:00 pm

Venue: Joy Lane Primary School

Course Fee: Free 

Course Outline

A discussion around how to develop the reading culture in your school, including ideas for guided reading, parental engagement and reading for pleasure. Based on research, training courses (including Christine Cork’s Target Literacy ‘Reading for Pleasure’ workshops) and other tried-and-tested ideas, this is an opportunity to consider new ways to drive the reading revolution in your school.

  • To share practical, tried-and-tested strategies and resources.
  • To discuss current practice and to share ideas.
  • To support teachers’ and leaders’ subject knowledge and leadership of Reading.

As part of the course, delegates will be provided with a resource pack, detailing course content and supporting resources. The pack will include handouts and powerpoint slides. There will be opportunities for discussion and sharing of good practice.

Delegates will also be asked to bring a favourite children’s book to share with the group, as well as any other reading activities or ideas from their own school.

Who is the course for?

English leaders and classroom teachers with an interest in building upon the current reading practices in their school.

To book your place please complete the booking form and return to EKLA:

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Through the eyes of a 5 Year old - Everyday life in a Reception class

Deliverer: Mags Minter (SLE)

Date: Thursday 7th February 2019

Time: 9:30 - 11:30 am

Venue: Herne CE Infant & Nursery School

Course Fee: Free

COURSE OUTLINE

Celebrate Childhood!

Come and experience learning through the eyes of a 5 year old.  Observe outstanding practise and immerse yourself in an environment which enriches and enables individualised learning. You will spend the morning in the Foundation Stage working alongside an experienced SLE and her class of 4 and 5 year olds! Opportunities for discussion and planning will ensure that you leave Herne feeling inspired and invigorated about your approach to learning!

WHO IS THE COURSE FOR?

Classroom teachers.

 

To book your place please complete the booking form and return to EKLA:

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Through the Eyes of 4 Year Olds - Preparation for School

Deliverer: Gemma Keeble (SLE)

Date: Tuesday 19th March 2019

Time: 9:30 - 11:00 am

Venue: St Alphege Infant School

Course Fee: Free (4 places)

COURSE OUTLINE

With an increasing demand on Nurseries to prepare children for starting school, it is important to think about how we can best equip our children with the appropriate skills they will need to make a smooth transition into the Reception Year. We are opening the doors for practitioners to come and join in with some adult led activities at our Nursery, which will promote discussion and exploration. This insight will inspire practitioners to reflect on their own current practice and to see school readiness through the eyes of four year olds!

Aims of the Course:

  • To observe Nursery practice in a National Teaching School
  • To look at how effectively planned and purposeful activities can be used to promote children’s learning and school readiness
  • To gain ideas about structuring a Nursery session where energy, fun and sparkle is paramount!

WHO IS THE COURSE FOR?

Early Years Practioners and Teachers

To book your place please complete the booking form and return to EKLA:

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Through the Eyes of 4 Year Olds - Learning Through Play

Deliverer: Gemma Keeble (SLE)

Date: Tuesday 5th March Course Full

Time: 9:30 to 11:30 am

Venue: St Alphege Infant School

Course Fee: Free (4 places)

COURSE OUTLINE

We all know young children learn best through play, but how can we ensure the opportunities we provide not only allow the children to learn but develop the Characteristics of Effective Learning? Is the play purposeful and of high quality?  We are opening the doors for practitioners to come and join in with our Learning Through Play (Child Initiated Play) session at our Nursery, which will promote discussion and exploration. This insight will inspire practitioners to reflect on their own current practice and to see learning through play through the eyes of three and four year olds!

Aims of the Course:

  • To observe Nursery practice in a National Teaching School
  • To look at how effectively planned and purposeful activities can be used to promote children’s learning and the Characteristics of Effective Learning
  • To see how adult interaction and the environment is paramount for high quality learning through play

To have fun, learn and be inspired!

WHO IS THE COURSE FOR?

Early Years Practioners and Teachers

To book your place please complete the booking form and return to EKLA:

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Developmental Movement in Early Years

Deliverer: Fiona Ingram (SLE)

Date: Tuesday 7th March 2019

Time: 9:30 - 11:30 am

Venue: Herne Infant & Nursery School

Course Fee: Free 

COURSE OUTLINE

“Wriggling into Writing”

Fiona is an outstanding practitioner who has studied the importance of movement on a child’s cognitive and physical development. She will explore the theory and practical activities that you can apply in your settings to ensure outstanding

outcomes for your children. Fiona will clarify the importance of gross and fine motor development and the impact this has on early writing. This session will be practical and will leave you energised and inspired!

WHO IS THE COURSE FOR?

Early Years Foundation Stage Practitioners and Teachers

To book your place please complete the booking form and return to EKLA:

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Letters and Sounds Phase 1 phonics for nursery children

Deliverer: Marion Philpott (SLE)

Date: Wednesday13th March 2019

Time: 4:30 - 6:00 pm

Venue: PLCC, Canterbury Primary School 

Course Fee: Free 

Course Outline

This session will look at the 7 aspects and the 3 strands of phase 1 phonics. There will be ideas for planning and delivering practical lessons.

Who is the course for?

Nursery Practitioners

To book your place please complete the booking form and return to EKLA:

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Singing & Signing in Early Years

Deliverer: Catherine Jones

Date: Thursday 21st March 2019

Time: 4:30 - 6:00 pm

Venue: PLCC, Canterbury Primary School

Course Fee: Free 

COURSE OUTLINE

This session will include singing age appropriate songs that could be brought into your daily routine or as a music lesson. It will include basic Makaton and visual resources.

WHO IS THE COURSE FOR?

EYS Practitioners. SEN settings welcome.

To book your place please complete the booking form and return to EKLA:

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Through the eyes of a 5 Year old - Everyday life in a Reception class

Deliverer: Mags Minter (SLE)

Date: Thursday 25th April 2019

Time: 9:30 - 11:30 am

Venue: Herne CE Infant & Nursery School

Course Fee: Free

COURSE OUTLINE

Celebrate Childhood!

Come and experience learning through the eyes of a 5 year old.  Observe outstanding practise and immerse yourself in an environment which enriches and enables individualised learning. 

You will spend the morning in the Foundation Stage working alongside an experienced SLE and her class of 4 and 5 year olds! 

Opportunities for discussion and planning will ensure that you leave Herne feeling inspired and invigorated about your approach to learning!

WHO IS THE COURSE FOR?

Year R practitioners.

 

To book your place please complete the booking form and return to EKLA:

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Pre-School and Nursery Network Meetings

2019/2020 meetings

EKLA is delighted to be able to share with our local Early Years Practitioners an opportunity to meet termly to engage in high quality inspirational professional development where you will also be able to network and share good practice with local colleagues.  Content to be confirmed following an audit of need.

24th September 2019

12th November 2019
21st January 2020
10th March 2020
5th May 2020
16th June 2020

These meetings are Free to colleagues.  We will be offering meetings each term during the academic year.

 

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