Top Tips to Become Outstanding

Top Tips to Become Outstanding
Tricia Awards Pic (163x200)Tricia Wellings, MBK Training’s Early Year training expert, shares her ten top tips to become outstanding to enable you to make your early years setting Outstanding…
  1. Build high expectations in your staff team, of themselves, their children and their families
  2. Encourage thorough reflections from all staff to constantly look at improving practice
  3. Create a ‘WOW’ wall to engage ALL parents with their children’s learning
  4. Ensure observations are assessed and link this to your planning for next steps in learning
  5. Develop your teams qualifications and knowledge skills to increase their confidence
  6. Arrange planning and development meetings for your teams to discuss how they can support all children’s learning, not just their key children
  7. Make sure everyone knows their safeguarding inside out. Including how to make a direct referral and risk assess daily
  8. Be clear on how every individual supports children’s development of language
  9. Consider transitions on a broader scale, to include routine changes during the day
  10. Have a clear definition of what ‘school readiness’ means for your children in your locality
Tricia Wellings, Training Director, NNEB, BA (Hons), EYT, ATLS

Tricia has worked in early years for 15 years and prior to that in Customer Services. Having achieved her NNEB and with a BA (Hons) in Early Education Studies she went on to achieve Early Years Teacher Status.

During this time she has set up her own nursery business and gone on to develop many training courses for her staff teams. To support this Tricia obtained first her PTLLS (Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector) qualification and then her CTLLS (Certificate to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector).

Tricia is passionate about delivering quality early years provision for children and this is reflected in the development of training courses that support early years practitioners in achieving this.

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