Maximising Outdoor Learning: Leading the Development of Quality Practice – London Centre
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|Location||Start Date||Price||Stock status|
|London Centre||21/06/2017||£200||In stock|
Children learn best in meaningful contexts where they can develop and apply their existing skills and knowledge. A well-planned outdoor area is a powerful learning environment for young children, and should provide opportunities for development across all areas of learning. This course will enable early years leaders to optimise the quality of leading learning in the early years within the outside environment; gaining a clearer understanding of how critical skills such as language for thinking, literacy and maths can be effectively embedded and extended.
The course will explore ways to lead and interpret the pedagogical practice seen outdoors. There will be opportunities to develop ways to encourage professional dialogue, team roles, interactions, observation and capturing evidence of progress to develop quality by growing a positive staff team within a culture of improvement and climate of change.
- Gain a deeper understanding of the potential of outdoor learning.
- Clarity of how interpret pedagogical practice outdoors.
- Strategies for leading others in the development of outdoor learning for the whole curriculum.
One Day Course
Kathryn Solly, Independent Consultant
£200.00 exc. VAT
£150.00 exc. VAT
Assistant Heads, EYFS Leaders & Co-ordinators