This newly developed course explores the links between high well-being, resilience and successful life long learning to support teachers and practitioners working in the early years in further developing effective practice and provision.
Young children's sense of self worth and well-being are the cornerstone of effective emotional and social development. Developing the skills to understand and regulate their own behaviour or learning in the Early years foundation stage, has been shown to have a lasting impact on later learning and school. Practitioners will have the opportunity to reflect on key messages around quality practice and provision and identify strategies to further support children's emotional development in their own setting.
- Consider the impact of emotional stress on brain development and function
- Explore the links between PSED, well being and resilience
- Identify effective strategies for supporting healthy emotional growth.
To book a place please register and book online at www.leedsforlearning.co.uk and search for the course code School setting costs: £95 SLA schools or £125 non-SLA schools Childminders/Children's Centres/EYFS PVI £55 Further information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Teachers and practitioners working in the early years. PSED/PSHE co-ordinator