Early Years Foundation Stage Conference
Tuesday 24 November 2020 | Virtual Conference hosted via Click Meetings | 09:00 - 12:30
‘Children’s brains develop more quickly, they learn more rapidly between the ages of 0 and 7 than at any other stage. So the experiences children have at this time really count. What you do makes all the difference.’ - Amanda Spielman, Chief HMI
Building on the success of our Time for Prime’ conference, let’s be more ‘SPECIFIC’ this year!
Careful planning and delivery of these areas of the EYFS, build upon the three Prime Areas, offering a broad and balanced curriculum and helping children experience the awe and wonder of the world in which they live.
Through a range of keynote presentations and complementing workshops practitioners will have the opportunity to reflect on their practice and be inspired, motivated and equipped with ideas to take back to their settings.
Key Reasons to Attend
- Hear from nationally renowned speakers in the field of early years education
- Explore and consider your curriculum offer, ensuring all children can make good progress
- Gain new ideas and practical strategies linked to the EYFS Specific Areas to implement in your setting
- Take time away from your setting to reflect and evaluate practice
Who Should Attend?
- Early Years Practitioners in settings
- EYFS Teachers and Teaching Assistants
- Early Years Leaders and Managers
- Primary and Nursery Headteachers and Senior Leaders
- Early Years Governors
About Mr P - Lee Parkinson
Lee Parkinson has been a Primary School Teacher for 12 years, during which time he has built a wealth of ideas for how technology can be embedded right across the curriculum. He now leads CPD and INSET throughout the UK and beyond focusing on raising standards in the classroom through technology. Through his humorous and engaging approach to life in the classroom, he has become the most followed primary teacher in the UK.
About Jan Dubiel
Jan Dubiel is a nationally and internationally recognised specialist in Early Childhood Education. He was recently identified by the Times Educational Supplement as one of the ten most influential people in British education.
He has worked as a YN, YR and Y1 teacher, Senior leader, Consultant and adviser and national lead on the management of the (Early Years) Foundation Stage Profile with QCA and Head of National and International Development at Early Excellence.
Jan has developed a national and international reputation as a conference speaker, consultant and trainer and he has written widely on different aspects of Early Years policy, pedagogy and practice. His first book “Effective Assessment in the EYFS” was published by SAGE in 2014.
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Joyful, inspiring and very relevant.
The day made you think, it reminded me of what I believe in, and put unique children right in the centre of everything.
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