The training packages below support all Early Years professionals in delivering high-quality teaching, learning and assessment in their provisions. All training is delivered digitally as a packaged project or using a tiered approach and delivered by LBWF Early Years and Childcare Team, Early Years System Support and other training partners'.
This tiered training package supports early years practitioners to identify children who might be experiencing grief and offers ideas on how to best support the emotional well-being of children in their care.
Suntrap have developed a series resources that will provide practitioners with ideas and strategies to get outside in all weathers, seasons and spaces.
The following training is delivered by the Early Years System Support.
In partnership with EYSS training partner Church Hill, the Music Service have developed an exciting and interactive online music training programme that promotes music and movement for all ages across the early years.
Enrol on the Music Making in the Early Years course here.
This training webinar from EYSS training partner St Mary’s Teaching School will support early years professionals to develop a deep understanding of characteristics of effective learning and how best to support them in daily practice.
Sing our Story project will develop practitioner’s music practice in the area of song writing and song creation Working with Groundswell Arts, practitioners will discover how to use personalised music making to support the wellbeing and development of the children in the setting.
This is a three part course. Please ensure that you book on to all three sessions.
Reading frequently to children, and engaging them actively in stories, non-fiction, rhymes and poems, and then providing them with extensive opportunities to use and embed new words in a range of contexts, will give children the opportunity to thrive. Development Matters 2021.
Develop high quality book areas
Book friendly spaces are a great way to support a child’s confidence, language, creativity and imagination. Consider how well used your book corners are by the children in your setting. Do children and adults visit frequently and spend time immersed in books or is your book area in need of a make-over?
The following resources will support you to develop high quality book areas and give ideas on supporting families to share books at home:
Follow the link to discover ideas to support families to engage with reading and story telling at home.
Story Time Project
Follow the link to find stories to share with your children and families read by our resident story tellers Lottie and Valentine.
This EYSS webinar will support settings to develop a deeper understand of curriculums and curricular goals.
The Festival Of Creativity and Recovery in the Early Years focuses on children’s and practitioner emotional well-being and explores a variety of creative and immersive curriculum experiences to take back to settings.