Brilliant Bilingualism with Guest Trainer Dr Rose Drury

Online Course

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The webinar will explore young bilingual children's use of first language(s) and learning of a new language in the Early Years. The advantages of growing up learning more than one language will be discussed, and strategies will be developed for fostering children’s bilingualism and supporting and assessing the learning of English.

Working with Babies (Online)

Online Course

Stronger Practice Hub Event

Do you work with babies? Have you moved to a baby room recently after working with a different age group? Would you like to work with babies? Then this course is for you! We will be covering the differences of working in a baby room to other age groups, building relationships with babies and their families, caring for babies, and respecting their rights, interacting with babies and practical elements of working with babies such as milk, weaning and safe sleeping arrangements.

New Regional EDI Network Sessions

Online Course

Stronger Practice Hub Event

This EDI network will create an opportunity for Early Years professionals to come together in a safe space and reflect upon Equality, Diversity and Inclusion. The three sessions will explore our own individual values and influences and how this informs our professional selves, how we know and understand the identities of the unique child, their families and our communities and how we can use our knowledge to change practice in our settings.

Creativity in the Baby Room, with Guest Trainer Mona Sakr

Online Course

Stronger Practice Hub Event

In this interactive online workshop, we’ll explore why prioritising creativity in the baby room matters for baby and staff wellbeing. We’ll shift our focus from planning one-off creative activities to instead thinking about how everything we do in the baby room can be done more creatively.

Supporting Children from Marginalised Communities Feel a Sense of Belonging – Open Study Day at Easton Community Children’s Centre (Bristol)

Easton Community Children’s Centre (Bristol) Russell Town Avenue, Bristol, United Kingdom

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This Open Study Day at Easton Community Children’s Centre (ECCC) will focus on supporting children from marginalised communities feel a sense of belonging. You will explore how Easton Community Children’s Centre aspire to their vision of ‘A sense of Belonging, not just Fitting in’ for all children. You will be immersed in our inclusive and anti-racist learning environments and pick up ideas for your settings. Understand how you can support little babies up to curious pre-school learners to gain the skills they need to become the next generation of global citizens.

Inspiring Provision for Babies at St Pauls Nursery (Bristol)

St. Pauls Nursery School and Children’s Centre Little Bishop Street, Bristol, United Kingdom

Stronger Practice Hub Event

This session will explore inspiring provision for babies in settings, the influence of your visions and values on provision for babies and what real noticing looks like as a leader of a baby room. We will consider what builds to inspiring planning for babies' learning, including reflections on schemas, getting outside the setting and exploring babies' communities.

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Making the Most of Mealtimes, for Childminders, With the Children’s Kitchen

Online Course

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Are mealtimes the worst part of your day? Children waste food and don’t eat proper meals? Are you fed up with chucking uneaten food? Come to our session on ‘Making the most of Mealtimes’ specifically for Childminders trying to provide healthy, low-cost meals that children will eat at the same time as providing quality care and education.

The Power of Pattern (Maths Session 2) Morning Session

Online Course

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The Power of Pattern – how recognising patterns and structures supports all areas of mathematics. Pattern is a defining quality of mathematics, and children’s pattern awareness is a key predictor of later maths learning. Almost all mathematics is based on pattern and structure, and helping children recognise the regularities and relationships in all sorts of patterns helps them “make sense” of mathematics. We will consider the diverse forms of pattern, progression in repeating patterns, and key experiences that support pattern understanding – helping children be pattern spotters and problem-solvers!

The Power of Pattern (Maths Session 2) Evening Session

Online Course

Stronger Practice Hub Event

The Power of Pattern – how recognising patterns and structures supports all areas of mathematics. Pattern is a defining quality of mathematics, and children’s pattern awareness is a key predictor of later maths learning. Almost all mathematics is based on pattern and structure, and helping children recognise the regularities and relationships in all sorts of patterns helps them “make sense” of mathematics. We will consider the diverse forms of pattern, progression in repeating patterns, and key experiences that support pattern understanding – helping children be pattern spotters and problem-solvers!

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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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