Effective Learning and Teaching in EYFS

  • What’s best? Who’s right? Manage conflicting advice on what constitutes best practice and provision in the Early Years

  • Support young children to be ‘school ready’ and to make a successful transition into a responsive Year 1

  • Explore the creative, inquiry-based potential of continuous provision and children’s self-initiated learning

Pam Mundy

Pam Mundy

Date: 29th Jun 2018

Pam is an internationally renowned consultant, trainer and keynote speaker. She also worked with the Department for Education representing the Curriculum Foundation on the recent EYFS Review. Her training style is engaging and practical with a strong focus on developing and supporting emotional development.

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An exploration of what makes effective EYFS practice

  • Key themes for effective learning and teaching

  • Proposed changes to EYFS 2020

  • Current national and international evidence of ‘best practice’

  • New research into cognitive development in the Early Years

  • Ensure curriculum continuity through Nursery and Reception into Year 1

  • Be confident in championing effective early learning as the basis of future learning and whole-school improvement

Make this happen in all schools and settings

Balance adult-led and child-led learning: ‘deliberate practice’

Auditing practice: identify potential change and development

The ‘non-negotiables’ for Early Years practice

Transition – a two way process: working well with Y1 teachers

Planning and scaffolding learning

Reassurance: be confident in recognising what is effective

Delegates receive a toolbox of:

Best-practice examples of playfulness AND progress

Examples of assessment techniques

Short- and long-term plans

Online post-course support

Delegate file including CPD certificate

First delegate rate

£299 + VAT

Additional delegate rate

£279 + VAT

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