A practical course full of fun, designed to enthuse practitioners to deliver inspirational activities using a variety of loose parts.
Worcester, Date: Wed, 8th Jun 6:30 pm-8:30 pm – Space(s) available 19
Providing a rich, engaging and interactive environment remains key to supporting better outcomes for children. These parts provide a fantastic resource that encourages children to be creative and problem solve – encouraging them to explore their environment and allowing practitioners to effectively support their development. This course examines how to create a highly stimulating environment using parts with child-accessible resources that promote creativity and learning.
A practical course full of fun, designed to enthuse practitioners to deliver inspirational activities using loose items.
This course will enable practitioners to:
- Recognise the importance of loose parts in children’s play.
- Be able to use loose parts effectively indoors and out.
- Understand the importance of the adults role in supporting play with loose parts.
- Plan to source and use loose parts in their setting.
This course is aimed at practitioners, new and experienced, in order to support the children in their care and offer them engaging and effective activities. It helps to ensure practitioners are providing environments that support and prepare children for their next steps, as well as meet the Ofsted standards.
Course Length: 2 hours
Bookings are closed for this event.