Assessment and the Two-Year-Old Check for Childminders, With Sarah Neville

Online Course

Stronger Practice Hub Event

Do you ever wonder what the best methods of assessments are? Do you feel your assessments are making a difference to the children’s learning and development? Are you confident about writing the two year check for your mindees? Come and join Sarah Neville for information and advice regarding assessments and the two year check specifically for childminding settings.

Panel Webinar: What Makes Working with Two Year Olds Unique?

Online Course

Stronger Practice Hub Event

Join us for this live online panel webinar with guest Julia Manning-Morton, a national specialist in child development with a particular focus on birth to 3-year-olds. Julia will be joined by Cassie Holland, Birth-3 Network Leader for the SPH, and a local practitioner in a setting with 2-year-olds.

Being Two: Sense of Belonging (Session 1)

Parkwall Primary School Earlstone Cresent, Barrs Court, Bristol, United Kingdom

Stronger Practice Hub Event

Understanding your world and where you fit into it can be exciting and complex when you are two! This workshop will focus on promoting a sense of belonging in your setting by exploring how, through caring and respectful relationships, we can demonstrate that children feel seen and heard, that we recognise them and their families as unique, and that they belong.

Being Two: Patterns of Play (Session 2)

Parkwall Primary School Earlstone Cresent, Barrs Court, Bristol, United Kingdom

Stronger Practice Hub Event

Have you noticed the uniqueness of two-year-olds' play? This is largely influenced by their lived experiences, personal interests, and the individual ways in which their brains work. Join us for this interactive workshop to look at the multiple types of play and how these impact children's learning. There will be opportunities to consider ways that practitioners can maximise play-based learning opportunities.

Being Two: Communication (Session 3)

Parkwall Primary School Earlstone Cresent, Barrs Court, Bristol, United Kingdom

Stronger Practice Hub Event

How do you respond to the different communication styles of two-year-olds in your setting? This workshop will examine the variety of ways children communicate and the factors that influence this. We will discuss practical strategies for supporting communication and how to plan well-thought-out daily routines that include opportunities for mindful interactions.

Humour Development From Birth to 3 Years With Dr Elena Hoicka

Online Course

Stronger Practice Hub Event

In this session Dr Elena Hoicka will discuss research-based evidence about how to share humour with children from infancy through 3 years. She will discuss when infants first understand and produce humour and go through 21 types of humour that children appreciate in the first four years. She will also discuss how you can share humour with children and understand when they joke with you. Finally, she will discuss research about early humour's potential benefits.

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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