Spatial Reasoning – Mapping the World Around Us (Maths Session 3) Morning Session

Online Course

Stronger Practice Hub Event

“Understanding spatial relationships begins at birth” ( Erikson, 2014 ) and we use our bodies and sensory experiences, gesture and language, memory and modelling, pictures and drawings to understand and map the world around us. We will consider the key aspects of spatial reasoning and how best to support children’s learning trajectories through a maths-rich practice and provision. We will touch upon shape and space, mapping and navigation, and visualisation and representation.

Spatial Reasoning – Mapping the World Around Us (Maths Session 3) Evening Session

Online Course

Stronger Practice Hub Event

“Understanding spatial relationships begins at birth” ( Erikson, 2014 ) and we use our bodies and sensory experiences, gesture and language, memory and modelling, pictures and drawings to understand and map the world around us. We will consider the key aspects of spatial reasoning and how best to support children’s learning trajectories through a maths-rich practice and provision. We will touch upon shape and space, mapping and navigation, and visualisation and representation.

Introduction to Trauma and Adversity

Online Course

Stronger Practice Hub Event

This online session will offer time and space to have an awareness of ACES and protective factors, to understand the neuroscience behind trauma and how this impacts a child, and to build your confidence in using a therapeutic response.

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.

Talking with Babies

Online Course

Stronger Practice Hub Event

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’.

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

Online Course

Stronger Practice Hub Event

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.

Getting it Right for Babies

Online Course

Stronger Practice Hub Event

These sessions will explore getting it right for babies. They will support practitioners in looking at your provision through the eyes of the baby. We will consider how we value babies' voices and reflect upon attachment and brain development. We will spend time focusing on what respectful routines are and what these might look and feel like in your setting.

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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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