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This course is for teachers and teaching assistants in Reception classes.
Assessment and EYFS leaders may also wish to attend.
The Early Years Team will facilitate these sessions where schools can come together and discuss their judgements around children’s levels of development at the end of the Reception year.
The Early Learning Goals (ELGs) will be unpicked in detail and we will consider how areas interlink and the importance of a holistic approach to making judgements, in line with EYFSP requirements.
The sessions will focus on professional discussion and there is no expectation to bring along any evidence, although schools are welcome to do so and this can support conversations.
This will be an informal session to unpick assessment information and to ask questions and have discussions with members of the Early Years team as well as collegues from other schools.
This workshop is run by Sara Melia, Gill Smith and Robert Black Primary Mental Health Specialists, with many years of experience across CAMHS and Children’s services. They will guide you through to better understand Low mood and Depression and to support you with tips and tools to support your work with Children and Families. You will also be signposted to further organisations and support.Essential Information
This course is for all Early Years Practitioners.
Previous experience is desirable but not essential to attend.
This is an opportunity to learn or refresh some Makaton signs and symbols that are free to download on the Makaton Hub www.makaton.org.
We will be looking at some key themes throughout the year.
Off The Record are delivering training for professionals looking for a greater understanding of the factors that contribute to resilience. The training is designed to explore the five different Resilience Lab sessions (Pressure Proof, Making Friends with Stress, Thinking Traps, Stronger and Reach Out) using the evidenced based tools and techniques and generate discussion on how these can be adapted within your setting.
The training requires all participants to contribute and share their experience.
This is for professionals that work with 11-25 year olds
You must attend both days to complete this training.
Please click here to view and download the course handouts
This course offers practitioners a chance to develop their skills in the direct work that they may be doing. The training will give practitioners ideas that may enhance their practice and introduce them to practical ways of working with young people who are or maybe at risk of exploitation.
Requirements for training via Zoom:
Requirements for face-to-face training: