Continuous Provision in KS1: How do we Make it Work?
Have you started to introduce Continuous Provision into KS1? Are you thinking about it? Hear from inspirational KS1 teachers who share how they developed the approach and answer the question ‘But how…?’.
Guide to Continuous Provision
Discover an overview of what Continuous Provision is all about - how it supports children’s learning, guidance around how to plan each area of the classroom and the critical role of the adult.
Building Creative Approaches in the EYFS & KS1
Focus on Building Creative Approaches in the EYFS and KS1 and hear from two guest speakers – artist Emma-Jo Bairstow and Samantha Smith, who share lots of practical inspiration.
Transforming Provision in KS1
Packed with top tips and discussion points, this webinar introduces you to our A Guide to Continuous Provision 5-7yrs which will support you to develop an environment that inspires KS1 children.
Rethinking your KS1
Focus on practical ideas for designing and equipping an effective and enabling environment in KS1. Review and evaluate your current classroom layout and reflect on the importance and value of supporting independent learning.
Get Set for Outdoor Learning
Explore some of the key principles for effective outdoor learning and reflect on how best to use an environment rich in possibilities, whatever the weather.
Planning Your Environment
Develop your vision for a vibrant learning environment and plan changes to the design of your space with support from our curriculum team. They will also help you to consider progression in provision.Watch Now
Free Webinar for Early Career Teachers
During this session, we will share practical ideas about how to create an effective and inspiring learning environment and direct you to our free resources and relevant CPD opportunities.
Explore Powerful Learning Through Domestic Role Play
Packed with practical ideas, explore how to establish a high quality domestic role play area which reflects children’s personal experiences and will provide rich opportunities across all areas of learning in the EYFS and into Y1.