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The importance of the characteristics of effective learning throughout continuous provision

Event/course Code SCH/20/317
Event/course type Curriculum Training / Early Years Curriculum
Event Description Continuous provision describes the exciting learning that is available in the environment every day to the children, both inside and outside. The well-chosen resources will help the children develop their play, practice their newly acquired skills and have lots of ideas of what to do next.

During this course we will explore part of your essential role as an adult in the early years environment - observing how the children are learning, in other words, the characteristics of effective learning. Where do you see children ‘having a go’ at a new learning opportunity and how do you encourage them to continue? If a child is curious about something they've just seen or heard, how can you encourage them to find out more and still be an independent learner? What might problem-solving look like for a four or five year old? How are you going to identify the next steps for each unique child that you see each day in their play and how can you communicate this information to the rest of the team so that significant moments in a child's learning are acted upon and the child can make progress with their skills and knowledge through that all-important play-based approach to learning.

Delivered by Gill Deakin

Cost: £27 + VAT per person

As the training will be delivered via zoom joining instructions will be attached to your CPD confirmation, please ensure these are forwarded to the delegate.
Training Objectives
Learning Outcomes
Tutors Gill Deakin
Subjects Curriculum development / Early Years
Key Stages
Early Years / Foundation No KS1 Yes KS2 Yes KS3 Yes KS4 Yes KS5 Yes 11-19 Yes 
Event/course administrator Workforce Support (WorkforceSupport@Worcschildrenfirst.org.uk)
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SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Wednesday 24 February 202113:00 - 15:00Virtual DeliveryMap