New to Teaching in the EYFS?
The role of the teacher in the early years can be challenging, daunting, exciting and extremely rewarding. This three day course has been specifically designed to equip teachers who are new to working in the early years with knowledge and skills that underpin a clear and principled pedagogy. It will enable participants to critically reflect on their own practice and develop their professional expertise in working with younger children.
Across the course we will closely look at the requirements of the statutory framework (EYFS) and examine how this can be translated into quality practice for all children. The programme will also draw on current research, child development theories and some of the great pioneers and innovators in early education.
Keeping Children at the Heart – exploring the principle of the ‘unique child’
Developing the ‘Third Teacher’- The Learning Environment
Being an Effective Adult – improving interactions
- A deeper knowledge of the statutory requirements in the EYFS
- An understanding of how to plan for the unique needs of children across the whole learning environment
- Clarification of the critical role of the adult in the early years
- Practical tools to support you with developing your own practice and learning environments
Three Day Course
Andy Burt, Curriculum Consultant & EYFS Trainer
£375.00 exc. VAT
Newly appointed EYFS teachers and those seeking to refresh their practice
Venue, Date & Time
Robert Wilkinson Primary Academy, Strensall, York, YO32 5UH
Wednesday 4th July,
9.30am – 3.30pm
Day 2 & 3: TBC