Expressive Arts and Design: an Immersive Experience for Children – Open Study Day at Great Expectations Day Nursery

Great Expectations Day Nursery 26 Baugh Gardens, Bristol, United Kingdom

Stronger Practice Hub Event

When visiting Great Expectations, you will see that we have designed the learning environment to optimise independence and freedom of choice where children can have the autonomy to choose where and how they wish to be creative and access resources without continually referring to the adult.

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Musical Creativity in the Baby Room With Dr Mona Sakr

Online Course

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In this online workshop, we’ll focus on practical ways to bring more musical creativity into the baby room daily. Mona will offer starting points for bringing more musical creativity into the baby room. Then, there will be the chance to work together to develop practical ideas and tips that you can take back to your place of work to make a difference immediately. We know that musical creativity is something that binds babies, children and adults together – it’s part of what makes us who we are. So, finding ways to be more musically creative with babies is part of developing a happier and healthier baby room.

Exploring and Growing Fresh Produce in an Early Years Setting (for Nursery Schools and Schools With a Nursery or Preschool Class)

Online Course

Stronger Practice Hub Event

This session is for Early Years settings of all sizes who would like to improve their understanding of food, in particular vegetables, herbs, spices and fruits. The session is led by Jo Ingleby, the Director of The Children’s Kitchen, a Feeding Bristol project focused on encouraging young children and families to explore, cook and grow fresh produce. The project focuses on the areas of Bristol with the highest levels of food insecurity. Settings working with The Children’s Kitchen are encouraged to move away from traditional baking on cakes and towards child-led food sessions led by curiosity and creativity. 

Creativity in the Early Years with Pete Moorhouse For Childminders

Stronger Practice Hub Event

The session will be focused around creativity. Pete will facilitate a deep dive into the topic in order for childminders to gain a deeper understanding of creativity. You will look at children’s creative development and the Characteristics of Effective Teaching and Learning, tying this into the latest research.

Exploring and Growing Fresh Produce in a Childminding Setting (for Childminders)

Online Course

Stronger Practice Hub Event

This session is for Childminding settings who would like to improve their understanding of food, in particular vegetables, herbs, spices and fruits. The session is led by Jo Ingleby, the Director of The Children’s Kitchen, a Feeding Bristol project focused on encouraging young children and families to explore, cook and grow fresh produce. The project focuses on the areas of Bristol with the highest levels of food insecurity. Settings working with The Children’s Kitchen are encouraged to move away from traditional baking on cakes and towards child-led food sessions led by curiosity and creativity. 

Creativity in the Early Years with Pete Moorhouse For Childminders

Stronger Practice Hub Event

The session will be focused around creativity. Pete will facilitate a deep dive into the topic in order for childminders to gain a deeper understanding of creativity. You will look at children’s creative development and the Characteristics of Effective Teaching and Learning, tying this into the latest research.

Creativity in Early Years Practice with Millie Colwey

Online Course

Stronger Practice Hub Event

We all know that creativity is important. But how do you define it? And WHY does it matter? This session will help you gain confidence in articulating these questions and provide practical support with curriculum, planning, and assessment through creativity and the arts.

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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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