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Introductory Price: £20.00
Course Description: Workshop
The first five years of a child's life are fundamentally important. A child's relationships and experiences during the first five years have a major impact on their future health, happiness, growth, learning and development in life. The Early Years Curriculum (EYFS) was designed to set standards for the learning and development of children from birth to five.
In this workshop, you gain an insight into how you can use the EYFS to rely less on target-based learning and more on a thoughtfully prepared environment and careful observation,
We focus on ages 2-5 and show you how you can thoughtfully use the rhythm of your day to enhance learning. You are shown how moments of splashing in water, emptying drawers, food time, changing time, including tantrums can contribute to children's learning, emotional development and in turn their Islamic development.
To equip you with the knowledge you need to:
Use the Early Years Curriculum at home to support the learning and development of your child.
Explore how children progress through the different areas of the curriculum.
Discover how to practically create a purposeful learning environments at home.
Recognise how to nurture a child's Islamic personality through the curriculum.
Gain an insight into emotional intelligence and how it can be nurtured in a learning rich environment.
Date: Sunday 11th December 2016
Time: 9:30am - 1pm (Doors open: 9am)
Recommended For: Home educating and non-home educating parents who wish support the learning and development of their 2-5 year old.
Venue: Details of the venue will be e-mailed upon registration.
The Trainer: Yasmin Essa
- Refreshments available (Organic Range)
- Women only
Yasmin Essa is the founder and CEO of Maryam Home Education. She graduated in Political Science and Sociology (BA) and went onto completing a Postgraduate Diploma in Primary Education, specialising in Early Years.
Yasmin lives in the North West of England with her husband and two children, aged 2 and 4. She is a home-educator and Teacher by profession. She has previously delivered an award-winning early interventions programmes which supports children's learning at home to help fulfil their potential in schools.
Limitied places available.