Story Cafe Training With Julie Westrop
- 11th Nov 2021
- Culture & Community
- Leadership, Teaching & Learning
- Partner Schools Save 50%
- Affiliate Schools Save 25%
- Non-members From £80.00
We are delighted to offer Foundation Stage practitioners from early years’ settings and infant/ primary schools, the chance to access locally delivered Story Café training in order to inspire, engage and enable all families to support children’s language development.
Story Café is a comprehensive day of training for Early Years professionals, focusing on the vital aspects of language development for children aged 3-5 years. Research is clear that effective language development and involving parents and families are key to unlocking successful future learning and well-being for all.
When booking please state you preferred timings:
Part A: 11th November 2021: 10.30-12 or 3.30-5pm
Part B: 25th November 2021: 1.15-2.45 or 3.30 -5pm
The one-day training enables delegates to:
Have a secure understanding of key aspects of language development for 3-5 year olds
Understand how to work collaboratively with parents and families in order to develop and embed effective language with their young child
- Be confident to lead on introducing and implementing language learning activities in Story Café sessions, exploring the benefits of a variety of environments
Throughout her career as a teacher, senior leader and senior adviser for a local authority, Julie’s work has focused on inspiring , enabling and empowering all parents and schools to work in partnership in order to ensure best outcomes for each child, not only in terms of their academic achievement but also their emotional health and well-being.
She currently provides consultancy , advice and training to schools across the U.K. on how to do this, drawing on a wealth of experience and research in the field of stakeholder engagement and parental support for learning.
Cafés for All®, A2E2 e highly successful whole school approach to parental engagement and support for learning, is now used in 600+ UK schools