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Talking with Babies (Face to Face)

March 21 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm GMT

Babies playing and reading

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This session will explore how we can talk with babies to help them become confident communicators and develop respectful relationships that enable babies to make genuine choices.

We will consider how mindful care routines might support communication and language, the power of non-verbal communication and learning the ‘conversational dance’.

We will explore the benefits of ‘contingent talk’ with younger children and how high-quality adult/child-interactions and planning for talk can be part of everyday practice.

This training is being run by the SPH.

It is Free for eligible practitioners.

Please Note: If this is Sold Out, you can be added to the reserve list if a space becomes available. Email sph@beyth.co.uk.


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Talking with Babies (Face to Face)
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March 21
9:00 am - 12:00 pm GMT
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3 Hours
Cassie Holland, Simone Barnes, Rachel Pirie
Dates and times
Thursday 21st March 9:00am-12:00pm


Archfield House Nursery, Bristol
2 Archfield Road
Bristol, BS6 6BE United Kingdom
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0117 942 2120
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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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