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Event code:
SCH/21/022
Starts:
Thursday 6 May 2021 09:15 - 15:15
Venue:
Worcestershire Federation of Young Farmers' Clubs
About this event
Young children are expected to go through many major transitions before the age of 5 that will inevitably have an effect on their lives in many ways. We must do everything we can to help these transitions to be as smooth and meaningful as we can. As we know each child is unique and therefore transitions for children from one setting or class to another will not necessarily look the same. Each child comes with a slightly different story attached to them with chapters that need careful consideration.

Time needs to be put aside before each transition period to ensure that when the moment comes, as the child strides towards the next step, that everything is ready for them.

This course is predominantly aimed at Reception teachers as they are in the pivotal point of these transitions, receiving children from pre-school settings and also sending another group onto Year 1. However, pre-school and Year 1 colleagues are also essential to be part of the discussions, messages and sharing of ideas.

In 2020, we experienced transitions for children in a very different way due to Covid restrictions and we learnt many new and valuable lessons around different and effective ways we can approach transitions for children, families and schools.

Audience: EYFS teachers and leads

Cost per delegate - £60 plus VAT

Lunch is provided - please ensure that any dietary requirements are noted at the point of booking
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Thursday 6 May 202109:15 - 15:15Worcestershire Federation of Young Farmers' ClubsMap
Event code:
SCH/21/020
Starts:
Wednesday 19 May 2021 09:00 - 15:00
Venue:
Worcester Racecourse
About this event
We often say that Early Years children can seem as though they are gifted and talented in the morning and special needs in the afternoon!

• Have many adults who work with very young children know exactly what is going to happen each day? So how can we plan for this?
• Why do children do the things they do or say such unusual things at the most bizarre moments? How do you react so that they still feel valued?
• How easy do you find it to respond….in the moment?
• What do you do if children misbehave because they don’t know anything different?

During the day we will explore how we as adults can support children through play with managing their feelings and behaviours; how children with special educational needs can be included in every day provision and how we can still move learning on, in the moment when ALL children share their random thoughts and comments.

There will of course be lots of practical activities to take part in that you would come across in continuous provision and ideas to take away during the day.

Please come dressed and prepared to be outdoors during the day.

Audience: School Reception and Nursery Teaching Assistants

Cost per delegate - £70 plus VAT

Lunch is provided - please ensure that any dietary requirements are noted at the point of booking
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Wednesday 19 May 202109:00 - 15:00Worcester RacecourseMap
Event code:
SCH/21/021
Starts:
Thursday 20 May 2021 09:00 - 15:00
Venue:
Worcester Racecourse
About this event
We often say that Early Years children can seem as though they are gifted and talented in the morning and special needs in the afternoon!

• Have many adults who work with very young children know exactly what is going to happen each day? So how can we plan for this?
• Why do children do the things they do or say such unusual things at the most bizarre moments? How do you react so that they still feel valued?
• How easy do you find it to respond….in the moment?
• What do you do if children misbehave because they don’t know anything different?

During the day we will explore how we as adults can support children through play with managing their feelings and behaviours; how children with special educational needs can be included in every day provision and how we can still move learning on, in the moment when ALL children share their random thoughts and comments.

There will of course be lots of practical activities to take part in that you would come across in continuous provision and ideas to take away during the day.

Please come dressed and prepared to be outdoors during the day.

Audience: School Reception and Nursery Teaching Assistants

Cost per delegate - £70 plus VAT

Lunch is provided - please ensure that any dietary requirements are noted at the point of booking
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Thursday 20 May 202109:00 - 15:00Worcester RacecourseMap
Event code:
SCH/21/023
Starts:
Tuesday 25 May 2021 09:15 - 15:15
Venue:
Worcestershire Federation of Young Farmers' Clubs
About this event
Ofsted’s ‘deep dive’ will involve gathering evidence on the curriculum intent, implementation and impact of Early Years. This is done in collaboration with leaders, teachers and the children themselves. “The intent of the deep dive is to seek to interrogate and establish a coherent evidence base on quality of education.“

So, are you getting yourself ready for a deep dive into Early Years?
• Are you just ‘floating along’ and taking each day as it comes, or do you have a clear shared plan of what you want to achieve each day for every child?
• Are your waters deep and dark, or a bit muddy and murky in parts or do you and your team have a clear vision of where you are going this academic year?
• Are you continually reflecting on all 7 areas of learning on what works well and what needs tweaking and why or are you stuck in a bubble or caught up in a fog?
• Do subject co-ordinators across the school understand what learning looks like for children in Early Years or do they just wade down to see you occasionally for a quick ‘work scrutiny’ exercise?

Early Years is a fantastic place to be however there is also a lot to think about and co-ordinate in order for it to be effective and meaningful and understood by all colleagues across the school.

This day course will unpick how you can prepare for a deep dive and/or take the opportunity to stand back and review your current practices, being able to communicate this to colleagues across the school so that they know where and how the children start their journey as well as what your evidence base looks like.

We will be making reference to the New framework when starting to develop supporting documentation together.

Audience: EYFS teachers and leads

Cost per delegate - £60 plus VAT

Lunch is provided - please ensure that any dietary requirements are noted at the point of booking
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Tuesday 25 May 202109:15 - 15:15Worcestershire Federation of Young Farmers' ClubsMap
Event code:
SCH/21/031
Starts:
Thursday 17 June 2021 09:15 - 16:00
Venue:
Worcester Racecourse
About this event
The Department for Education is to change the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) in September 2021.

The government says the changes will improve outcomes for all children, but particularly the language and literacy outcomes for disadvantaged children and reduce teacher workload. There are to be changes to the educational programmes, the ELG’s, to the assessment and moderation process for the Early Years Foundation Stage Profile and a change to the safeguarding and welfare requirements to promote good oral health.

The DfE says that the changes are intended to:
• make all 17 ELGs clearer, more specific and easier for teachers to make accurate judgements
• focus on strengthening language and vocabulary development to particularly support disadvantaged children
• strengthen literacy and numeracy outcomes to ensure all children have a good grasp of these areas of learning in preparation for year?1
• ensure the ELGs are based on the latest evidence in childhood development
• ensure they reflect the strongest predictors of future attainment.

All schools will need to be ready to implement these changes from the beginning of the Autumn term 2021.

Familiarisation sessions have been planned that will highlight the main changes for practitioners in their planning, provision and assessment methods and the key messages that need to be taken on board by the whole school. The changes to assessment and recording are requiring a big change of mindset and practice which we will explore during these sessions and discuss what it will mean for individual schools.

Audience: Early Years Teachers / Leaders

Cost per delegate - £65 plus VAT

Lunch is provided - please ensure any dietary needs are noted and we will order lunch in line with current government guidance
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Thursday 17 June 202109:15 - 16:00Worcester RacecourseMap
Event code:
SCH/21/032
Starts:
Friday 18 June 2021 09:15 - 16:00
Venue:
Worcester Racecourse
About this event
The Department for Education is to change the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) in September 2021.

The government says the changes will improve outcomes for all children, but particularly the language and literacy outcomes for disadvantaged children and reduce teacher workload. There are to be changes to the educational programmes, the ELG’s, to the assessment and moderation process for the Early Years Foundation Stage Profile and a change to the safeguarding and welfare requirements to promote good oral health.

The DfE says that the changes are intended to:
• make all 17 ELGs clearer, more specific and easier for teachers to make accurate judgements
• focus on strengthening language and vocabulary development to particularly support disadvantaged children
• strengthen literacy and numeracy outcomes to ensure all children have a good grasp of these areas of learning in preparation for year?1
• ensure the ELGs are based on the latest evidence in childhood development
• ensure they reflect the strongest predictors of future attainment.

All schools will need to be ready to implement these changes from the beginning of the Autumn term 2021.

Familiarisation sessions have been planned that will highlight the main changes for practitioners in their planning, provision and assessment methods and the key messages that need to be taken on board by the whole school. The changes to assessment and recording are requiring a big change of mindset and practice which we will explore during these sessions and discuss what it will mean for individual schools.

Audience: Early Years Teachers / Leaders

Cost per delegate - £65 plus VAT

Lunch is provided - please ensure any dietary needs are noted and we will order lunch in line with current government guidance
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Friday 18 June 202109:15 - 16:00Worcester RacecourseMap
Event code:
SCH/21/033
Starts:
Monday 21 June 2021 09:15 - 16:00
Venue:
Worcester Racecourse
About this event
The Department for Education is to change the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) in September 2021.

The government says the changes will improve outcomes for all children, but particularly the language and literacy outcomes for disadvantaged children and reduce teacher workload. There are to be changes to the educational programmes, the ELG’s, to the assessment and moderation process for the Early Years Foundation Stage Profile and a change to the safeguarding and welfare requirements to promote good oral health.

The DfE says that the changes are intended to:
• make all 17 ELGs clearer, more specific and easier for teachers to make accurate judgements
• focus on strengthening language and vocabulary development to particularly support disadvantaged children
• strengthen literacy and numeracy outcomes to ensure all children have a good grasp of these areas of learning in preparation for year?1
• ensure the ELGs are based on the latest evidence in childhood development
• ensure they reflect the strongest predictors of future attainment.

All schools will need to be ready to implement these changes from the beginning of the Autumn term 2021.

Familiarisation sessions have been planned that will highlight the main changes for practitioners in their planning, provision and assessment methods and the key messages that need to be taken on board by the whole school. The changes to assessment and recording are requiring a big change of mindset and practice which we will explore during these sessions and discuss what it will mean for individual schools.

Audience: Early Years Teachers / Leaders

Cost per delegate - £65 plus VAT

Lunch is provided - please ensure any dietary needs are noted and we will order lunch in line with current government guidance
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Monday 21 June 202109:15 - 16:00Worcester RacecourseMap
Event code:
SCH/21/034
Starts:
Tuesday 22 June 2021 09:15 - 16:00
Venue:
Worcester Racecourse
About this event
The Department for Education is to change the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) in September 2021.

The government says the changes will improve outcomes for all children, but particularly the language and literacy outcomes for disadvantaged children and reduce teacher workload. There are to be changes to the educational programmes, the ELG’s, to the assessment and moderation process for the Early Years Foundation Stage Profile and a change to the safeguarding and welfare requirements to promote good oral health.

The DfE says that the changes are intended to:
• make all 17 ELGs clearer, more specific and easier for teachers to make accurate judgements
• focus on strengthening language and vocabulary development to particularly support disadvantaged children
• strengthen literacy and numeracy outcomes to ensure all children have a good grasp of these areas of learning in preparation for year?1
• ensure the ELGs are based on the latest evidence in childhood development
• ensure they reflect the strongest predictors of future attainment.

All schools will need to be ready to implement these changes from the beginning of the Autumn term 2021.

Familiarisation sessions have been planned that will highlight the main changes for practitioners in their planning, provision and assessment methods and the key messages that need to be taken on board by the whole school. The changes to assessment and recording are requiring a big change of mindset and practice which we will explore during these sessions and discuss what it will mean for individual schools.

Audience: Early Years Teachers / Leaders

Cost per delegate - £65 plus VAT

Lunch is provided - please ensure any dietary needs are noted and we will order lunch in line with current government guidance
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Tuesday 22 June 202109:15 - 16:00Worcester RacecourseMap
Event code:
SCH/21/035
Starts:
Thursday 24 June 2021 09:15 - 16:00
Venue:
Worcester Racecourse
About this event
The Department for Education is to change the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) in September 2021.

The government says the changes will improve outcomes for all children, but particularly the language and literacy outcomes for disadvantaged children and reduce teacher workload. There are to be changes to the educational programmes, the ELG’s, to the assessment and moderation process for the Early Years Foundation Stage Profile and a change to the safeguarding and welfare requirements to promote good oral health.

The DfE says that the changes are intended to:
• make all 17 ELGs clearer, more specific and easier for teachers to make accurate judgements
• focus on strengthening language and vocabulary development to particularly support disadvantaged children
• strengthen literacy and numeracy outcomes to ensure all children have a good grasp of these areas of learning in preparation for year?1
• ensure the ELGs are based on the latest evidence in childhood development
• ensure they reflect the strongest predictors of future attainment.

All schools will need to be ready to implement these changes from the beginning of the Autumn term 2021.

Familiarisation sessions have been planned that will highlight the main changes for practitioners in their planning, provision and assessment methods and the key messages that need to be taken on board by the whole school. The changes to assessment and recording are requiring a big change of mindset and practice which we will explore during these sessions and discuss what it will mean for individual schools.

Audience: Early Years Teachers / Leaders

Cost per delegate - £65 plus VAT

Lunch is provided - please ensure any dietary needs are noted and we will order lunch in line with current government guidance
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Thursday 24 June 202109:15 - 16:00Worcester RacecourseMap
Event code:
SCH/21/036
Starts:
Friday 25 June 2021 09:15 - 16:00
Venue:
Worcester Racecourse
About this event
The Department for Education is to change the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) in September 2021.

The government says the changes will improve outcomes for all children, but particularly the language and literacy outcomes for disadvantaged children and reduce teacher workload. There are to be changes to the educational programmes, the ELG’s, to the assessment and moderation process for the Early Years Foundation Stage Profile and a change to the safeguarding and welfare requirements to promote good oral health.

The DfE says that the changes are intended to:
• make all 17 ELGs clearer, more specific and easier for teachers to make accurate judgements
• focus on strengthening language and vocabulary development to particularly support disadvantaged children
• strengthen literacy and numeracy outcomes to ensure all children have a good grasp of these areas of learning in preparation for year?1
• ensure the ELGs are based on the latest evidence in childhood development
• ensure they reflect the strongest predictors of future attainment.

All schools will need to be ready to implement these changes from the beginning of the Autumn term 2021.

Familiarisation sessions have been planned that will highlight the main changes for practitioners in their planning, provision and assessment methods and the key messages that need to be taken on board by the whole school. The changes to assessment and recording are requiring a big change of mindset and practice which we will explore during these sessions and discuss what it will mean for individual schools.

Audience: Early Years Teachers / Leaders

Cost per delegate - £65 plus VAT

Lunch is provided - please ensure any dietary needs are noted and we will order lunch in line with current government guidance
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Friday 25 June 202109:15 - 16:00Worcester RacecourseMap
 
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