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Attachment Aware Practice: Developing a Sense of Belonging for All Children in Your Setting

May 22 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm BST

Free

Stronger Practice Hub Event

This session will offer time and space;

  • To understand attachment theory and how it underpins practice.
  • To understand the critical role of the adult in supporting children’s well-being.
  • How your environment and routines impact children’s sense of safety.

This is 1 of 3 PSED online courses. You can book the other courses here:

Beyond Behaviour – Understanding and Responding to Children’s Behaviour – 6th June 2024
Introduction to Trauma and Adversity – 19th June 2024

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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Details

Date:
May 22
Time:
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm BST
Cost:
Free
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Duration
2 Hours
Facilitators
TBA
Audience
This event is open to all Bristol & Beyond SPH areas
Dates and times
Wednesday 22nd May 2024, 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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