EYFS Curriculum With Dr Sue Allingham

  • 3rd Oct 2024
  • Online
  • Curriculum
  • Spaces
  • Early Years
  • Leadership, Teaching & Learning
  • Free For Partner Schools
  • Non-members From £80.00+VAT
Overview

To understand –

  • What is meant by ‘curriculum’?
  • What underpins the curriculum?
  • Why it is important that each setting has its own unique curriculum
  • Why everyone, including the children and families, must be included in the development of the curriculum for you setting

Delegates will be able to

  • Explain the decisions behind the curriculum in their setting and how it has been developed through the Characteristics of Effective Teaching and Learning and the Overarching Principles

  • Relate these decisions to the Statutory documentation, explaining how it has been incorporated

  • Explain how they have involved the children and families in the development of their curriculum, how it reflects the cultural capital of all involved and how it is flexible to meet learning needs and interests

  • Understand what is meant by ‘intent, implementation, impact’ and how this Ofsted phrase reflects their work
About The Course

To understand –

  • What is meant by ‘curriculum’?
  • What underpins the curriculum?
  • Why it is important that each setting has its own unique curriculum
  • Why everyone, including the children and families, must be included in the development of the curriculum for you setting

Delegates will be able to

  • Explain the decisions behind the curriculum in their setting and how it has been developed through the Characteristics of Effective Teaching and Learning and the Overarching Principles

  • Relate these decisions to the Statutory documentation, explaining how it has been incorporated

  • Explain how they have involved the children and families in the development of their curriculum, how it reflects the cultural capital of all involved and how it is flexible to meet learning needs and interests

  • Understand what is meant by ‘intent, implementation, impact’ and how this Ofsted phrase reflects their work
About the Programme Leader

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

Sue started as a teacher, finally becoming a Senior Early Years Lead in a Primary School and Lead Teacher for her Local Authority. Moving into research Sue gained an MA then a Doctorate, both in Early Childhood Education, from Sheffield University. This led to becoming a Local Authority Early Years Adviser enabling her to develop her practice working with provision across the EYFS. As an Independent Consultant, Author and Trainer, Sue is known for her practical style of working through coaching, mentoring, modelling, training and working alongside teams to develop practice and provision.

Her interests in teaching and learning have led to work on emotional and physical environments that will support informed teaching and learning

This work has recently led to her being trained and accredited in the Brain-SET approach. This approach is rooted in early brain development and has added a new dimension to her work.

As Consultant Editor of EYE (Early Years Educator) her writing is familiar to many and she has written two books that support practice across the Early Years and into Key Stage One – Transitions in the Early Years and Emotional Literacy in the Early Years. Both published by Practical Pre-School Books

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Title / Date
Time / Venue
Status
Non-member / Partner School Price
3rd Oct 2024
04:00pm - 05:30pm
Available
£80.00+VAT / Free