EYFS Moderation: A Session With Dr Sue Allingham

  • 25th May 2022
  • Online
  • Leadership
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  • Early Years
  • Leadership, Teaching & Learning
  • Free For Partner Schools
  • Affiliate Schools Save 25%
  • Non-members From £80.00
Overview

This session is now full. Repeat sessions will be available in due course.

This practical session will involve a focus on what is actually meant by ‘expected’, and some myths will be busted. Using source documents and video footage we will reflect on practice and provision, and how we know when a child has embedded what has been taught, thus will achieve an ELG.

Each ELG is important in its own right and we will look at how they interlink. This will enable more robust assessment.

Proforma will be supplied for use to reflect on the session and inform practice.

About The Course

This practical session will involve a focus on what is actually meant by ‘expected’, and some myths will be busted. Using source documents and video footage we will reflect on practice and provision, and how we know when a child has embedded what has been taught, thus will achieve an ELG.

Each ELG is important in its own right and we will look at how they interlink. This will enable more robust assessment.

Proforma will be supplied for use to reflect on the session and inform practice.

About the Programme Leader

Trainer | Consultant | Author | Speaker | Writer Dr Sue Allingham

My passion for 'everything Early Years' especially teaching and learning began in the late 1980's with my classroom experience and senior lead role as Early Years Co-ordinator. I then moved into research, I gained an MA followed by a Doctorate, both in Early Years Education from Sheffield University.

These achievements enabled me to consolidate my thinking and practice and I realised the work that I was doing had a solid grounding in research. It is this research that forms the base for the articles I write regularly as the Consultant Editor of Early Years Educator (EYE) magazine, part of the Mark Allen Education Group.

I have also received commissions from Practical Preschool Publications to write two books, 'Transitions in the Early Years' (now in it's second edition) and Emotional Literacy in the Early Years, launched in early 2020.

I regularly write articles for Early Years organisations aside from my work with EYE and am often called upon to provide opinions on the latest developments within the Sector.

Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, I regularly provided Keynotes and Workshops and national conferences and events. Since lockdown I have transferred to providing these online along with Webinars. This has meant that I have now also started working internationally due to being accessible in this new way of working

I work with all Early Years provisions and professionals, including Childminders, as a Consultant and Trainer ensuring that I am providing them with the up to date knowledge and skills they need in order to care for the children as well as care for each other.

With the restrictions following lockdown and our 'new normal' we need to be mindful of protecting our own, our colleagues and our children. With this in mind I have devised a new online training package, which is a blend of live and recorded sessions. I am in the process of launching this. It is my intention that this will continue into the future and will eventually be a blend of face-to-face and online training as provisions open up. Regardless of the delivery it is my aim that the services I provide will always work for my clients in regards to their needs, requirements and budgets.

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Non-member Price
25th May 2022
04:00pm - 05:30pm
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£80.00