EYFS INSET : Characteristics of Effective Learning in the Early Years

Professional, knowledgeable, highly engaging and friendly approach
Su Berkley, Assistant Head, Chew Magna Primary School

The how children learn is as important as the what they learn. It is our responsibility to ensure we understand this when involved in a child’s earliest learning experiences, so that they adopt a positive attitude to learning throughout their lives. A child’s early learning ability is inborn and instinctive and early years practitioners must encourage and nurture this in their planning and delivery.

Do you/your school fully understand this need?
Do you want to ensure that you are providing the very best outcomes for the children in your care?
Are the characteristics of effective learning central to the planning and guiding of children’s activities and environment in your setting?
Are you fully supporting and encouraging your children to be creative, adventurous and resilient learners for life?

 

Who is this course for?

 

EYFS practitioners, EYFS leaders, Heads or Senior Leadership new to the Early Years experience.

 

INSET Outline:

 

• Understanding how children learn

• Unpacking the Characteristics of Effective Learning (CoEL)

• Creating a learning environment to promote the CoEL

• The importance of ‘thinking’ in an EYFS environment

• Developing the role of the adult in embedding the CoEL in practice

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