Communication and Language for Childminders With Ofsted Inspector Julian Grenier

Stronger Practice Hub Event

In this session, Julian will share the findings of Ofsted’s latest early years education research and what it means for you in your setting. He will talk about Ofsted’s approach to the inspection of childminders using the Education Inspection Framework (EIF). He will finish by sharing some resources we hope you’ll find helpful before answering some of your questions.

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

Online Course

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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.

Sensory Processing in the Early Years: What It is and Why It’s Important with Christina Welsh

Online Course

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This training is intended for practitioners and those who work with babies and children in the early years; the training aims to improve their confidence in identifying and supporting those experiencing sensory processing differences. The training will introduce the eight sensory systems and how they may have an impact on a child’s experience of the world around them. Training participants will become familiar with what is meant by ‘sensory processing’ and take part in interactive activities to embed this understanding.

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

Online Course

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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.

Introduction to Makaton With Jacqui Lewis (For Early Years Settings and Childminders)

Online Course

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Come and join this interactive Makaton taster session. This fun and informative introduction will explore what Makaton is and who uses it. You will learn more than 30 signs and symbols which you can start to use immediately in your practice. You will receive a copy of all the signs and symbols you have learned and a certificate of attendance.

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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.

Humour Development From Birth to 3 Years With Dr Elena Hoicka

Online Course

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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.

Literacy for Under 5s for Reception Teachers in Schools with Dr Karen Boardman

Online Course

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Dr Karen Boardman invites us to think about embracing a multi-modal approach to early literacy and to reflect together on our provision for phonics, digital literacies, early reading and storytelling in early years education. This session will develop some deeper discussions with some provocations and impact on literacy pedagogy.

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