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Relationship Mapping – Attachment and Attunement in the Early Years With Jacqui Lewis (Bundle)

March 19 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm GMT

Free

Stronger Practice Hub Event

This training is being delivered by Jacqui Lewis on behalf of the Stronger Practice Hub.

Using the beautiful simplicity of sociograms, this course will provide you with a visual representation of the relationships with the children in your setting. As early years educators and leaders of pedagogy, you are invited to deconstruct, confront, theorise, and potentially think otherwise about the significance of positive and nurturing relationships within the setting.

Aims and objectives – Delegates will have opportunities to:

  • Reflect, identify, question, and potentially reconsider assumptions and perceptions of the connections and relationships with children in our settings.
  • Consider the significance of equitable, positive, and nurturing relationships, between every child and early years educator, to have the best possible start in life.
  • Explore how the concept of relationship mapping can support each child to connect to at least one adult in the setting: to be known and feel felt.
  • Reflect upon the individual and pedagogical factors of influence to these relationships, such as attachment stages and types, play, deployment, attendance, interaction styles, key person approach, gender constructs, transitions, unconscious bias and culture.

For all early educators across a whole setting from 0-5 years.

This is a two-part course. You must attend both sessions.

Session 1: Tuesday 19th March, 4:00pm – 6:00pm
Session 2: Tuesday 26th March, 4:00pm – 6:00pm

Jacqui Lewis is an advocate for children, childhoods, and high quality, inclusive early childhood education. Her broad experience across the early education sector has consistently sought to respect, protect, and celebrate early educators and achieve an equitable relationship to empower reflexivity and growth. Jacqui has held previous roles as a Setting Leader, Area SENco, Ofsted Inspector, and has supported settings daily in the role of Local Authority Officer. Jacqui is currently part of a research team exploring children’s participatory rights, teaches on the DfE NPQ for Early Years Leadership, is a regional Makaton Tutor, and an Associate University Lecturer. Informed by practice, postgraduate research, and a rights-based philosophy, Jacqui’s agency (The Thinking Spot) is immersed in respectful inclusive practice for every child, whilst understanding sector challenges and complexities within educators’ professional identities.

Read more about Jacqui Lewis here.

This training is for early years practitioners and leaders working in settings or childminders in our Stronger Practice Hub area (Bristol, Bath and North East Somerset, Swindon, Wiltshire, Somerset, North Somerset, Gloucestershire, South Gloucestershire). We will also prioritise settings and childminders in areas of deprivation.

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Relationship Mapping - Attachment and Attunement in the Early Years With Jacqui Lewis (Bundle)
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Duration
2 Hours
Facilitators
Jacqui Lewis
Dates and times
Tuesday 19th March, 4:00pm - 6:00pm and Tuesday 26th March, 4:00pm - 6:00pm

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Terms and Conditions
Our Terms and Conditions can be viewed here.

Parking
St. Pauls Children’s Centre: There is no on-site parking but parking is available on the road for £1 an hour for a maximum of 3 hours, or in Cabot Circus which is 5-minute walk from the St. Pauls Children’s Centre.

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