How Good Is Your EY?

  • Ofsted Outstanding criteria made relevant for Early Years
  • Meeting external expectations whilst promoting play-based learning
  • A dynamic guide to becoming an effective advocate for Outstanding EYFS practice
Julie Fisher

Julie Fisher

Dates: 20th Jun 2018, 22nd Jun 2018

Julie has a national reputation for providing outstanding early years training. Her success lies in combining relevant, practical material with theoretical knowledge and research evidence gained through vast experience as a headteacher, lecturer, adviser, inspector and researcher.

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The latest research to propel you to Outstanding

Review recent research evidence on effective teaching and learning

Consider Ofsted expectations alongside the needs of the child

Develop a pedagogically rich teaching style


Interactive guide for all teachers striving for Outstanding

  • Identify key characteristics of high-quality practice in Early Years

  • Effectively use observation and assessment to determine planning

  • Balance child-led and adult-led learning using your knowledge of child development

  • Consider how best to demonstrate young children’s progress


Benchmark your current practice

Know how to sustainably improve:

  • Teaching

  • Learning

  • Progression

  • Assessment Processes

  • Intervention protocol

  • Planning

Ensure your support staff also make an impact



Delegates receive

  • Strategies for observing child learning

  • Planning approaches for adult-led and child-led learning

  • DVD materials that exemplify effective teaching

  • Material for monitoring teaching quality

  • Online post-course support

  • CPD certificate

First delegate rate

£299 + VAT

Additional delegate rate

£279 + VAT

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