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Empowering Early Years CPD Workshop : Breaking down the barriers to learning for vulnerable young children: Part 1 - PSED Skills

Empowering Early Years

Friday, 1 December 2017 from 13:00 to 16:00 (GMT)

Empowering Early Years CPD Workshop : Breaking down...

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Single event delegate ticket PSED only   more info 1 Dec 2017 £60.00 £4.31
Double Event delegate ticket (PSED& GM Skills) with discount   more info 1 Dec 2017 £50.00 £3.69

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Empowering Early Years CPD Workshop:

'Breaking down the barriers to learning for vulnerable young children:' PART 1 - PSED skills.

Self regulation and Emotional Intelligence development and their link to positive learning behaviours

Led by experienced Early Years Teacher Hannah O’Donnell, this new 3 hour professional workshop (part 1) for SENCOS, Early Years practitioners, Early Years and Reception teachers and those with a SENCO responsibility tackles understanding the basis of positive learning behaviours such as self regulation, emotional intelligence and attention and their link to effective cognitive development for each unique child, alongside supporting and enabling these skills.

The course primarily looks at:

*Identifying the precursors and links to effective behavioural development and
positive learning behaviours for young children upwards, through enabling and
developing physical skills alongside psychological and social skills..

* How cognitive executive functioning skills develop, such as self regulation,
attention, resilience, memory and emotional intelligence. How these affect
vulnerable young children who risk not achieving their learning potential
without effective and strategic intervention plans.

* How these essential PSED skills are a vital predictor of successful
achievement in key learning areas and positive outcomes and are developed
through supporting a child’s physical development as part of a graduated
response to identified needs.

*Understanding how enabling PSED skill development can support children in
their learning, such as those who have been diagnosed with mild autistic
spectrum disorder, attention deficits, Sensory Processing Disorder and those
struggling with behavioural or socio-emotional issues.

* Implementing cheap, easy and effective in-classroom interventions which break
down the barriers to learning and narrow the gap.

Course Synopsis: What will SENCOs and those with SENCO responsibility get out of this course?

  • šGreater understanding of child development in terms of socio-emotional skill development, linked to cognition and physical skill development and how this forms the basis for all positive learning behaviours and pro-social choices, ultimately enabling all children to achieve their full ptonetial.
  • šAn opportunity to reflect upon & apply information and ideas into strategic intervention and classroom-based planning as part of a graduated response to identified vulnerable children’s needs. The opportunity to meet with other local SENCOs within the geogrpahic learning community.
  • šIdeas which provide cheap and effective interventions for young children within the setting or classroom, based on recent research which can break down the barriers to learning and enhance reading and writing skills potential and communication, alongside enabling the pro-social and positive learning behaviours of each unique child .
  • šAlthough the focus will be on the development of skills for young children (2 upwards), many of the interventions and skills/ information discussed will form a basis for a whole setting/ school approach and enable skills gaps to be supported in older children or principles to be easily adapted- narrowing the gap for all children to achieve their potential as independent learners.


     

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How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Contact via email: empoweringearlyyears@gmail.com

 

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Limited parking is available for visitors on the school site, however there are a number of spaces and there is also plenty of free parking in residential roads directly adjacent to the school. Please access the school site via the main gate.


What's the refund policy?

Should the event cease to go ahead due to unforseen circumstances - all attendees will be contacted on telephone numbers given and tickets will be refunded to the purchaser or an alterantive workshop date offered.

Should you be unable to attend - please notify the organiser, but all tickets are non-refundable.

A replacement attendee is welcome to attend in your place - please notify the organiser of their name prior to the event start.

 

 

 

Do you have questions about Empowering Early Years CPD Workshop : Breaking down the barriers to learning for vulnerable young children: Part 1 - PSED Skills? Contact Empowering Early Years

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South Molton United C of E Primary School
Exeter Road
EX36 4EN South Molton
United Kingdom

Friday, 1 December 2017 from 13:00 to 16:00 (GMT)


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Empowering Early Years

What is Empowering Early Years?

EEY aims to provide relevant, practical, cost-effective high-quality CPD training in key areas of child development, play based learning and Early Years Education, through in-setting professional training and follow up mentoring/ planning support, as well as workshops for parents and practitioners.

Previous successful workshops which have provided training for over 100 delegates since March 2017 include: Physical development - Gross Motor skills and PSED and pedagogy.

This course will incorporate recent psychological and scientific, as well as educational research and translate it into easy-to-understand concepts and application into enhanced excellent practice opportunities – positively improving outcomes for all children.

It is run by Early Years Teacher Hannah O’Donnell (EYT, PG Dip – Early Years (Dist), BA (Hons) – Psych), who has worked in a variety of Early Years settings and with practitioners, SENCOs, Teachers and Managers delivering training. Hannah is utterly passionate about play, child development and people, & EEY aims to provide the very best CPD opportunities for those working with young children.


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