Free Enabling Environments Session 06/11/2014

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Enabling Environments for the EYFS 2014

Date: 06/11/2014 – 6:15 pm – 8:15 pm

The final chance to try one of our free Enabling Environments taster sessions.

Providing an enabling environment remains key to supporting better outcomes for children. Environments that are enabled to help children feel comfortable encourage them to explore and allows practitioners to support their next steps. This course looks at how we can ensure our environments are highly stimulating with child-accessible resources to promote learning and how to challenge children both in and outdoors.

A practical course full of fun, designed to enthuse practitioners to deliver inspirational environments to children.

This course will enable practitioners to:

  • Understand the importance of their learning environment in the provision of good early years care
  • Be able to plan and prepare a range of open-ended activities that reflect the interests and development needs of their children
  • Be able to organise and continually adapt their environment so that it is inviting to the children
  • Be able to link the activities in their environment to their planning and childrens next steps

This course is aimed at practitioners new and experienced in order to support their being able to meet the high expectations placed on us by Ofsted and to ensure they are providing environments that support and prepare children for their next steps.

Course Length: 2 hours

Course location: based in Studley, Warwickshire, close to the M42. Learners come from as far afield as Birmingham, Coventry and Worcester and from all parts of Warwickshire and the West Midlands.

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Did you know that this Enabling Environments course can be customised to your settings requirements? Visit our bespoke courses page for more information.

To book this course please call us on 01527 452430

About the author: Tricia Wellings

Tricia Wellings
Tricia qualified as an NNEB and achieved a BA (Hons) in Early Education Studies and Early Years Teacher Status before getting her PTLLS and CTTLS in order to teach adults. She has run a group of day nurseries for 16 years and trains her own teams. Her knowledge of the sector is second to none and she continues to keep herself updated through regular meetings with Local Authorities, Ofsted Big Conversation and Conferences.

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