Exploring Schemas: How Repeated Patterns Form the Foundation of Effective Learning

  • 8th Nov 2022
  • Online
  • Curriculum, Inclusion, Leadership
  • Spaces
  • Early Years
  • Leadership, Teaching & Learning, Curriculum
  • Free For Partner Schools
  • Affiliate Schools Save 25%
  • Non-members From £60.00
Overview

Children have a strong drive to repeat actions. They can become fascinated by transporting objects, moving in circles or creating enclosures as they explore, and make sense of, the world around them. In this session we will explore schematic play in detail, using research to inform how we plan for rich learning experiences and respond to the natural fascinations of our children.

About The Course

Benefits: A clear understanding of the different features of schematic play Practical examples of ways to support learning through repeated patterns An exploration of the progression of learning through schematic play

About the Programme Leader

Llewella Ivins

Llewella is an experienced teacher and school leader specialising in the Early Years and KS1. She has held roles such as EYFS Lead, Assistant Headteacher and been the Early Years Advisor for a large MAT. Before joining Early Excellence, Llewella worked for Coventry City Council as their Early Years Learning and Development Advisor where she supported a wide variety of schools, settings and MATs to improve quality and outcomes for children. Llewella’s expertise lies in teacher development and quality improvement, including the delivery of CPD, coaching and supporting teachers and leaders to improve their practice and pedagogy.

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Non-member Price
8th Nov 2022
03:45pm - 05:15pm
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£60.00