Organiser

Sarah Cope
Phone
0121 476 3415
Email
s.cope@newman.ac.uk
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Speaker

  • Dr Helen Bradford
    Dr Helen Bradford

    Dr Helen Bradford is an independent early years consultant.

    A lifelong early years educator she has garnered extensive experience of child development 0-5 through her roles as an early years teacher, early years teacher trainer, as an academic leading and teaching early years and literacy Masters degrees, and now, independent consultant.

    Her specialist areas of expertise are children’s language and literacy development from birth. She is a specialist in the 0-3 age range, having written extensively on child development across this age group.

    Her work additionally includes a focus on children’s wellbeing, and appropriate (enabling) environments.

Location

Zoom Session
Zoom Session
Online
Category

Date

Wed 24 Apr 2024

Time

13:00 - 14:45

The Adult Role in Optimal Learning in the EYFS

Focus: Curriculum
For: EYFS practitioners

Description:

Exploring the Adult Role for Children’s Optimal Learning in the Early Years Setting: Where do we stand?

What do we mean by children’s optimal learning?

What has been the effect of a global pandemic on children’s learning and development?

Exploring effective strategies for outstanding practice: what can we do?

Director’s Note:

We have responded to the overwhelming feedback asking for EYFS training.  Get your team booked on.

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