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PATA Training Update: September 2021

Most of our training for the foreseeable future will continue to be online but we do have some face to face courses this term.  For online courses we mostly use Zoom which is a very easy platform and can be accessed via a laptop, tablet or even phone.  Please don't let the tech put you off joining - we will help you if we can! We will be sending out regular updates about training opportunities so please keep checking our website, our Facebook page and our emails.

Please ensure payment for training is made within 7 days of the invoice date (or within 24 hours of the course start date, whichever is the sooner).  If you are having difficulty making the payment within this timeframe then please email training@pataglos.org.uk to agree an extension to the payment deadline.

    • 29 Sep 2021
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • on-line
    • 3
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    The Education Inspection Framework (EIF) Refresher with Pennie Akehurst

    Zoom invitations will be sent on Tuesday 28th September.  If you have not received it by 9am on Wednesday 29th September, please check your spam and junk email folders before contacting PATA on 01452 541244 (between 9am and 3:30pm) or 07949 930465 (after 3:30pm) - thank you.

    We were only two terms into a brand-new inspection framework and barely had time to get to understand the changes and the potential implications for practice when Ofsted inspections stopped due to the pandemic.  

    14 months on, inspections have recommenced, but now with a COVID lens. 

    This session has been designed to provide an overview of the changes that were made to the inspection framework back in September 2019 and then to ensure that you understand the changes that have been made in relation to the COVID crisis.

    The session covers:

    ·       Changes that have been made to the judgements and some of the headline implications for practice

    ·       The learning walk

    ·       Cultural capital

    ·       The additional considerations for inspectors due to COVID-19

    ·       Monitoring & self-evaluation

    ·       Performance management

    ·       And our analysis of the inspection reports that were published under the EIF prior to the COVID crisis.

    Delivered by: Pennie Akehurst who has previously delivered our Ofsted training, EYFS Changes training and who has worked in early years and childcare for over 30 years and now runs her own consultancy company

    Date: Wednesday 29th September  Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm

    Venue: on-line (Zoom)

    Cost: 

    PLEASE NOTE:

    • PATA'S NORMAL REFUND POLICY DOES NOT APPLY FOR THIS BOOKING.  WE ARE UNABLE TO GIVE REFUNDS OR CREDITS ONCE A BOOKING IS MADE.  WE CAN, HOWEVER, CHANGE THE NAME OF DELEGATES ATTENDING UP UNTIL MIDDAY TUESDAY 28TH SEPTEMBER
    • (Please note zoom invitations will be sent out 24 hours before the course/meeting starts.  We are unable to send out zoom invitations until payment has been received. Payment is required within 7 days of the invoice date and 24 hours before a course/meeting starts (whichever is sooner).  If this is going to be an issue for you please email training@pataglos.org.uk to agree an extension to the payment date)

    Members:  £25 per person

    Non Members  £37.50 per person

    • 05 Oct 2021
    • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
    • on-line
    • 1
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    Curriculum and Curriculum Intent: How do you know that you have an effective Early Years Curriculum?  with Pennie Akehurst

    Limited places remaining.  Once fully booked, please join the waiting list so we can let you know if places become available and/or if we are running an additional date for this training.

    Ofsted’s 3 I’s (intent, implementation and impact) have placed a huge spotlight on the word curriculum... but it’s very hard to talk about our curriculum intent, if we haven’t thought about the body of knowledge, skills and experiences that we want children to have during their time with us. How can we talk knowledgeably about what we intend to do with our curriculum if we haven’t got one?

    Having a curriculum enables us to think about what children need to know, understand and be able to do once they leave us. It provides a framework that helps to organise our thoughts about what is important for children at different ages and stages of development.

    This two-and-a-half-hour workshop we will unpick what a curriculum is and how we might go about creating one that reflects the needs of our children.

    During our time together we will:

    •       help you to understand what a curriculum is and what it needs to contain (including statutory content),

    •       support you to understand the things that you have already done that make a contribution to your curriculum,

    •       help you start to map out the content of your curriculum (what you want children to know, understand and be able to do),

    •       think about how practitioners will use this document.

    Delivered by: Pennie Akehurst who has previously delivered our Ofsted training, EYFS Changes training and who has worked in early years and childcare for over 30 years and now runs her own consultancy company

    Date: Tuesday 5th October Time: 6:30pm - 9:00pm

    Venue: on-line (Zoom)

    Cost: 

    PLEASE NOTE:

    • Zoom invitations will be sent out 24 hours before the course/meeting starts.  We are unable to send out zoom invitations until payment has been received. Payment is required within 7 days of the invoice date and 24 hours before a course/meeting starts (whichever is sooner).  If this is going to be an issue for you please email training@pataglos.org.uk to agree an extension to the payment date)

    Members:  £28 per person

    Non Members  £42 per person

    • 06 Oct 2021
    • 20 Oct 2021
    • 3 sessions
    • On-line
    • 9
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    Liz Pemberton, The Black Nursery Manager, presents 'Working towards Anti-racist Practice in the Early Years Setting’

    Embedding cultures and diversity within an early years setting is a vital part of the EYFS. Children and their families will feel valued by the setting if resources and displays represent the ethnic, cultural and social diversity in society, and if they can see their own family background and culture represented as well as those of others. True inclusion means your setting will have diversity running through its core regardless of your current make-up of families on role.

    Course Aim: To promote inclusive practice in the Early Years (under 5's) education sector, with a particular focus on how race, culture and anti-racism should be considered in this practice.

    Course Information:  This 3 part course is aimed at practitioners who would describe themselves as beginners in the area of anti-racist practice. Much of the information is very broad and is not just Early Years specific, it can be applied to Reception Teachers, Learning and Participation Artists who work in schools, Youth Workers, Social Workers etc. 

    Session 1 (6th October) Exploring key terminology in anti-racist practice including: white supremacy, white fragility, gaslighting and anti blackness. Defining racism and examining how it can show up in your practice and building confidence to ensure that practice always works towards being inclusive and culturally sensitive.

    Session 2 (13th October) Understanding allyship, how to effectively challenge racism as a white person whilst creating safe spaces for Black and non-Black people of colour and also exploring unconscious bias.

    Session 3 (20th October) How your resources should be audited to ensure anti-racist practice in the setting , engaging parents, carers and extended family in anti-racist practice  and whole team approaches to continuously work towards an anti-racist environment.

    Suitable For: Anyone working with children under the age of 5.

    Dates: Wednesday 6th, 13th and 20th October (3 sessions)

    Time:  7:00pm - 8.30pm

    Venue: on-line webinar

    Cost: Special offer price.  Book by 30th April and the cost is £25 for members/£30 for non-members (for all three sessions).  After 30th April the cost will be £30 for members / £35 for non members (for all three sessions) (It is not compulsory to attend all three sessions, however, the same person named on the booking must attend the session(s))

    PLEASE NOTE PATA'S NORMAL REFUND POLICY DOES NOT APPLY FOR THIS BOOKING.  WE ARE UNABLE TO GIVE REFUNDS OR CREDITS ONCE A BOOKING IS MADE.  WE CAN, HOWEVER, CHANGE THE NAME OF DELEGATES ATTENDING UP UNTIL MIDDAY WEDNESDAY 6TH OCTOBER.  THE SAME NAMED PERSON MUST ATTEND ANY OR ALL OF THE THREE SESSIONS

    FULL PAYMENT MUST BE RECEIVED WITHIN 7 DAYS OF THE INVOICE DATE BY BACS, CASH (AT THE PATA OFFICES) OR CHEQUE.  

    (Please note webinar invitations will be sent out 24 hours before the course/meeting starts.  We are unable to send out webinar invitations until payment has been received. Payment is required within 7 days of the invoice date and 24 hours before a course/meeting starts (whichever is sooner).  If this is going to be an issue for you please email training@pataglos.org.uk to agree an extension to the payment date)


    • 11 Oct 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Churchdown, Glos
    • 11
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    Forest School Taster Session

    Only 15 spaces available

    The taster session would allow practitioners within settings to gain an overview about Forest School, before committing to the full Forest School qualifications, or simply to gain insight into why it is an ethos they feel passionate about adopting for their setting - there may be settings where one staff member has completed the full training but they need to bring other staff members ‘ onboard’ with the whole ethos and to become committed to it.

    The session will provide an overview of what ‘Forest School’ is, how it could fit into your setting and how it provides enormous benefits to both the staff team and children. There will be the opportunity to observe a Forest School session and a Q & A at the end.

    Upon attending this taster session you will receive a CPD Certificate awarded by Inspired Forest School Training (in partnership with PATA). 

    After attending this taster session, there will be the opportunity for attendees to gain a Level 1 Forest School Awareness qualification, by attending a further afternoon session and completing an online course – at a reduced cost of £30. Further details will be given at the taster session

    Course Content: 

    * Introduction to Forest School

    * Risk demonstration

    * Observe a session

    * Questions & Answers

    Date: Monday 11th October

    Time:  1pm - 3:20pm

    Venue:   Inspired Forest School Training,(Churchdown Village Junior School), Churchdown, Glos, GL3 2JXs (face to face) 

    Cost: £40 for members / £50 for non members

    • 15 Oct 2021
    • 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • On-line
    • 0
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    Anna Ephgrave's Planning In The Moment (via Zoom) 

    This course is now fully booked.  Please join the waiting list so we can advise you if places become available on this date.  Our next training date with Anna is 21st January. To book click here https://www.pataglos.org.uk/event-4466729


    Course Aim: To provide you with the necessary tools to help your children feel confident and independent especially through outdoor play and risk taking play. The course will give delegates the chance to explore the theory and rationale behind child-initiated play.

    Course Information:  Delivered by Anna Ephgrave the course will cover:-   

    • Rationale and Complexities of Child-Initiated Play 
    • Planning and Teaching in the Moment    
    • The Role of the Adult - interacting is your teaching
    • Brain development and levels of involvement
    • Enabling Environments with emphasis on developing an outdoor classroom
    • Planning in the Moment and the paperwork associated with it

    It will also touch on:-         

    • Literacy and Numeracy in Early Years


    Suitable For: Anyone working in Early Years (including Reception) who is implementing, or is intending to implement, Planning in the Moment

    Date:  15th October 2021   Time: 9:15am - 3:00pm

    The training will be delivered in 3 sessions:-

    • Session 1: 9.30am - 10.45am

    • Session 2: 11.30am - 12.45pm

    • Session 3: 1.30pm - 3.00pm

    Venue: On-line

    Delivered by: Anna Ephgrave

    Cost: PLEASE NOTE PATA'S NORMAL REFUND POLICY DOES NOT APPLY FOR THIS BOOKING.  WE ARE UNABLE TO GIVE REFUNDS OR CREDITS ONCE A BOOKING IS MADE.  WE CAN, HOWEVER, CHANGE THE NAME OF DELEGATES ATTENDING UP UNTIL MIDDAY WEDNESDAY 13TH OCTOBER

    FULL PAYMENT MUST BE RECEIVED WITHIN 7 DAYS OF THE INVOICE DATE BY BACS, CASH (AT THE PATA OFFICES) OR CHEQUE.  

    Members:  £95

    Non Members  £120

    Zoom invitations will be sent out 24 hours before the course/meeting starts.  We are unable to send out zoom invitations until payment has been received. Payment is required within 7 days of the invoice date and 24 hours before a course/meeting starts (whichever is sooner).  If this is going to be an issue for you please email training@pataglos.org.uk to agree an extension to the payment date. 


    • 17 Oct 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • The Club @ Tuffley Park , Tuffley Avenue, Gloucester GL1 5NS
    • 17
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    Developing a Curriculum for your Children with Pennie Akehurst

    Special Offer for attendees at Gloucester venue - Pennie will include extra documentation for you to take away with you including 'Understanding your Curriculum' and a workbook/information guide to enable you to share the information with your team, Lunch/refreshments will be also be included.

    Course Aim: We will help leaders, managers and practitioners to create their own unique curriculum in the session using a simple 8-step process

    Course Overview:

    There are lots of great things that we already do and provide for our children, but many settings haven’t yet thought about putting that ‘good stuff’ into a framework that helps them to share what they do, why it is important and how they do it with others.

    This 7 hour practically focused workshop will walk delegates through the process of creating their own curriculum. By the end of the session, they will walk away having developed the foundations of their curriculum and will have a clear view of the actions that need to be taken to implement its content effectively.

    During the session we will:

    ·    help you to understand what a curriculum is and what it needs to contain (including statutory content),

    ·    support you to understand the things that you already have in place that make a contribution to your curriculum,

    ·    work through a carefully crafted process to develop your unique curriculum,

    ·    identify an implementation strategy.

    Delivered by: Pennie Akehurst who has previously delivered our Ofsted and EYFS training. Pennie has worked in early years and childcare for over 30 years and now runs her own consultancy company

    We are also running a 'Curriculum or Curriculum Intent' zoom course with Pennie on 5th October - which compliments this training day. This training will give you an understanding of what a curriculum is and how you might go about developing your own curriculum whereas this session (17th October) is a full day face-to-face workshop where you will be supported to develop your own curriculum - you will walk away at the end of the day with your curriculum in your hand.

    If you are unable to attend on this date but would like to book onto this training, we may have the option to run a second date, provisionally scheduled for a weekday (Monday 18th October)  - please join the waiting list using this link https://www.pataglos.org.uk/event-4420652  to register your interest

    Date: Sunday 17th October  Time: 9:45am for a 10:00 start - 5:00pm

    Venue: The Club @ Tuffley Park, Tuffley Avenue, Gloucester, GL1 5NS   (Free Parking at venue)

    Cost:  £50 members / £70 non-members (lunch and refreshments will be provided - please state on your booking if you have any special dietary requirements).

    PLEASE NOTE:

    • Payment is required within 7 days of the invoice date and 24 hours before a course/meeting starts (whichever is sooner). If this is going to be an issue for you please email training@pataglos.org.uk to agree an extension to the payment date.


    • 18 Oct 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • The Club @ Tuffley Park , Tuffley Avenue, Gloucester GL1 5NS
    • 0
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    Developing a Curriculum for your Children with Pennie Akehurst

    This is a provisional date so we can gauge interest.  If you are unable to attend on 17th October (our first confirmed date) then please register your interest for this second date by joining the waiting list.

    Special Offer for attendees at Gloucester venue - Pennie will include extra documentation for you to take away with you including 'Understanding your Curriculum' and a workbook/information guide to enable you to share the information with your team, Lunch/refreshments will be also be included.

    Course Aim: We will help leaders, managers and practitioners to create their own unique curriculum in the session using a simple 8-step process

    Course Overview:

    There are lots of great things that we already do and provide for our children, but many settings haven’t yet thought about putting that ‘good stuff’ into a framework that helps them to share what they do, why it is important and how they do it with others.

    This 7 hour practically focused workshop will walk delegates through the process of creating their own curriculum. By the end of the session, they will walk away having developed the foundations of their curriculum and will have a clear view of the actions that need to be taken to implement its content effectively.

    During the session we will:

    ·       help you to understand what a curriculum is and what it needs to contain (including statutory content),

    ·       support you to understand the things that you already have in place that make a contribution to your curriculum,

    ·       work through a carefully crafted process to develop your unique curriculum,

    ·       identify an implementation strategy.

    Delivered by: Pennie Akehurst who has previously delivered our Ofsted and EYFS training. Pennie has worked in early years and childcare for over 30 years and now runs her own consultancy company

    We are also running a 'Curriculum or Curriculum Intent' zoom course with Pennie on 5th October - which compliments this training day. This training will give you an understanding of what a curriculum is and how you might go about developing your own curriculum whereas this session (18th October) and our session on 17th October is a full day face-to-face workshop where you will be supported to develop your own curriculum - you will walk away at the end of the day with your curriculum in your hand.


    Date: Monday 18th October  Time: 9:45am for a 10:00 start - 5:00pm

    Venue: The Club @ Tuffley Park, Tuffley Avenue, Gloucester, GL1 5NS   (Free Parking at venue)

    Cost:  £50 members / £70 non-members (lunch and refreshments will be provided - please state on your booking if you have any special dietary requirements).

    PLEASE NOTE:

    • Payment is required within 7 days of the invoice date and 24 hours before a course/meeting starts (whichever is sooner). If this is going to be an issue for you please email training@pataglos.org.uk to agree an extension to the payment date.


    • 19 Oct 2021
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • On-line
    • 4
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    NETWORK MEETING 1 - Making a Strong Start

    As we start the new term we will discuss ‘hot topics’ including Performance Management and what good PM looks like in a setting and how it is important that you start as you mean to go on. We will also visit the Early Years reforms and what curriculum your setting is using or considering using. This informal discussion allows peer to peer idea/knowledge sharing and is always a good place of support for practitioners.   

    Whilst we will always have a focus to the network meetings, we are also mindful that there may be different concerns relating to a continued evolving situation. The network meetings will therefore always be topical taking into account the current landscape.

    This network meeting is open to Early Years Managers and Deputies in PATA member settings and provides a great opportunity to meet with colleagues from other settings and share experiences and expertise.

    (Our second network meeting of this academic year is on Tuesday 7th December)

    Suitable for: Early Years Managers and Deputies. 

    Date: Tuesday 19th October

    Time: 7:00pm - 8:30pm

    Venue: n/a – the training will be carried out via Zoom

    Cost: £10.00

    (Please note zoom invitations will be sent out 24 hours before the course/meeting starts.  We are unable to send out zoom invitations until payment has been received. Payment is required within 7 days of the invoice date and 24 hours before a course/meeting starts (whichever is sooner).  If this is going to be an issue for you please email training@pataglos.org.uk to agree an extension to the payment date)

    Please ensure you complete the 'attendee name' and 'attendee email address' (of the person taking part) to ensure we send the Zoom Invitation to the correct email address.

     If all places are taken, please join the waiting list. If you can no longer attend, please let us know as soon as possible so we can offer out your place to those on the waiting list


    • 08 Nov 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • on-line
    • 9
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    Loose Parts Outdoor Play (Awe and Wonder on a Budget)

    COURSE AIM: As early years practitioners we know children need to be outside. Outdoor play provides rich opportunities for our young children to develop in all 7 areas of learning and they are able to play and explore, learn actively, develop their own ideas, make links between ideas, and develop strategies for doing things.

    COURSE INFORMATION: how can we improve our outdoor enabling environment without breaking our budget? Let’s audit you outdoor provision and share ideas of successes with each other. Are all areas of learning available in our outdoor space? Do we see a language and maths rich environment? How can we create comfy areas for talk, mark making and looking at books? Can we obtain free resources from our local community? All you need to bring is your imagination, problem solving skills and ideas to share.

    Suitable ForAny Early Years Practitioners     

    Date: Monday 8th November

    Time: 6:00pm - 8:30pm

    Venue: on-line

    Cost: £35 for members / £52.50 for non members

    • 09 Nov 2021
    • 16 Nov 2021
    • 2 sessions
    • on-line
    • 5
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    Autism - An Introduction to Autism and Supporting Behaviour

    Course Aim: To develop an understanding of how autism can present itself in young children and to explore ways of managing the child's needs and behaviour positively.

    Course Information: 

    During the session we will consider the following:

    · What is autism?

    · Communication: theirs and ours.

    · Sensory Issues: how these can affect the child's behaviour.

    · Managing challenging behaviour.

    · Going on Trips; avoiding pitfalls and achieving positive outcomes.

    · Supporting the family.

    Suitable For: Anyone who works or volunteers with children and would like a better understanding of what to look out for and how to support children with autism.

    Delivered by: Sara Watters, Lead Practitioner and Senior Learner Support Worker, HLTA and QCF Assessor for The Milestone School.  Sara has 20 years of classroom experience, 15 of which have been at The Milestone School.   

    Date: Tuesday 9th and 16th November           Time: 6:15pm - 8:30pm

    Venue: On-line

    Cost: £60.00 for Members / £90 for Non-Members

    • 11 Nov 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • on-line
    • 7
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    'Interacting or Interfering? The Role of the Adult' with Dr Julie Fisher

    During this three hour Webinar, Dr Julie Fisher will discuss:-

    Every day, early years practitioners engage in interactions with young children that have the potential to enhance their learning. However, such is the temptation to squeeze every teaching moment out of each interaction that practitioners often interrupt children’s thinking and consequently interfere with their learning. Julie’s webinar will address the knowledge, timing and sensitivity necessary to interact effectively. It will consider how practitioners effectively extend and enhance children’s communication and language through natural, genuine ‘conversation’. Through the use of DVD footage the webinar will explore the role of the practitioners working in baby rooms through to Year 2. By observing practice that is both adult-led and child-led, there will be opportunities for delegates to reflect on how to tune in to children’s current thinking and how to respond in ways that are of benefit to their learning and development.

    Issues addressed:

    • Why talking to – and listening to - children matters so much
    • Asking ‘who leads the learning?’ and how this alters the role of the adult
    • Tuning in to the child  in order to encourage communication
    • Maintaining the momentum of an interaction and sustaining thinking
    • Exploring how to extend, enhance and enrich children’s language
    • Questioning -  how it can inhibit thinking – and what to do instead
    • Examining when, whether and why an interaction becomes interference

    Delivered by: Dr Julie Fisher, who is an independent Early Years Adviser, Trainer, Author and Visiting Professor of Early Childhood Education at Oxford Brookes University

    Suitable for any Early Years Practitioner working with babies to KS1 (Year 2)

    Date: Thursday 11th November  Time: 6:00pm - 9:00pm

    Venue: on-line (Zoom)

    Cost: 

    PLEASE NOTE:

    • PATA'S NORMAL REFUND POLICY DOES NOT APPLY FOR THIS BOOKING.  WE ARE UNABLE TO GIVE REFUNDS OR CREDITS ONCE A BOOKING IS MADE.  WE CAN, HOWEVER, CHANGE THE NAME OF DELEGATES ATTENDING UP UNTIL MIDDAY TUESDAY 9TH NOVEMBER
    • (Please note zoom invitations will be sent out 24 hours before the course/meeting starts.  We are unable to send out zoom invitations until payment has been received. Payment is required within 7 days of the invoice date and 24 hours before a course/meeting starts (whichever is sooner).  If this is going to be an issue for you please email training@pataglos.org.uk to agree an extension to the payment date)

    Members:  £35

    Non Members  £50 per person

    • 15 Nov 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • on-line
    • 6
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    Self-regulation, Executive Function and Play in Early Years

    Course Aim: to provide practitioners with a better understanding of what self-regulation and executive function looks like in their setting. And how this fits within the revised EYFS and Development Matters.

    Course Information: 

    What does a self-regulation look like in a child? We are not born with self-regulatory skills but we are born with the ability to learn. Self-regulation matures in the presence of supportive, nurturing relationships and environments. Play is an important way in which we can support the development of children’s self-regulatory skills particularly through pretend and physical play. This course will consider how we can support the development of self-regulation and executive function using a variety of strategies.

    Suitable ForAny Early Years Practitioners     

    Date: Monday 15th November

    Time: 6:00pm - 8:30pm

    Venue: on-line

    Cost: £35 for members / £52.50 for non members

    • 17 Nov 2021
    • 08 Dec 2021
    • 2 sessions
    • On-line
    • 3
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    SEND - The Building Blocks of Behaviour - seeking connection not control


    This interactive online course is an opportunity for us to explore one of the biggest topics in early childhood - behaviour. Developing relational approaches can be difficult when we are faced with lots of different emotions, feelings and behaviours. This course addresses some of the key ways in which we can develop boundaries that help us to connect with rather than control children. Through the two sessions you will come to understand;

    • What is meant by developmentally appropriate behaviour, and how to understand in the context of expressing needs.
    • The differences between top-down and bottom-up behaviours, and why we must be flexible in behaviour support. 
    • The importance of helping children to move through moods.
    • How to move beyond correcting and controlling behaviour, but instead connecting with the behaviour, and therefore the child.
    • Why wellbeing and well-doing is crucial in behaviour support. 

    This course will include a digital workbook, certificate, and you will complete some interactive gap tasks.

    Delivered byKerry Payne who is an Early Years SEND Specialist and has worked with  a local authority. Kerry has had strategic responsibility for the quality of SEND provision including developing the SENCO and SEND-Based training programmes. She lectures at a London University and is currently undertaking a PHD in early childhood early intervention. 

    Dates: providisional dates of 17th November and 8th December (2 part course)

    Time:  7:00pm - 9:00pm

    Venue: on-line webinar

    Cost:  £45 Members/£67.50 non members

    PLEASE NOTE PATA'S NORMAL REFUND POLICY DOES NOT APPLY FOR THIS BOOKING.  WE ARE UNABLE TO GIVE REFUNDS OR CREDITS ONCE A BOOKING IS MADE.  WE CAN, HOWEVER, CHANGE THE NAME OF DELEGATES ATTENDING UP UNTIL MIDDAY FRIDAY 11th JUNE  THE SAME NAMED PERSON MUST ATTEND ANY BOTH SESSIONS

    FULL PAYMENT MUST BE RECEIVED WITHIN 7 DAYS OF THE INVOICE DATE BY BACS, CASH (AT THE PATA OFFICES) OR CHEQUE.  


    • 18 Nov 2021
    • 25 Nov 2021
    • 2 sessions
    • On-line
    • 11
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    Roles and Responsibilities: Key facts for your Committee (via Zoom)

    Course Aim: Are you a Committee member or a Senior Member of Staff and would like some guidance and support with understanding the role of the committee?  This course will provide committee members with the confidence to manage, influence, challenge and support their playgroup, pre-school or out-of-school setting. It will also provide an insight into the Committee's role for any Senior Member of staff with a view to understanding and respecting one another's roles.

    Course Information: The two relaxed and informative sessions are ideal for all new and experienced committee members and/or setting managers to exchange ideas and feel more confident in their role. 

    The sessions will:

    • Give an overview of a committee’s roles and responsibilities
    • Provide the tools needed to tackle unexpected and/or challenging issues - for instance: management concerns, complaint handling, safeguarding issues, Ofsted visits.
    • Have a chance for questions and answers from staff from our Support for Settings Team who also have extensive experience as a committee chairperson and as a manager of an early years setting. 

    Suitable For: Those involved in managing and leading settings – parents, committee members and managers.

    We would strongly encourage both a committee member and senior member of staff to attend these courses (ideally together on the same date).  

    Whilst this course is entitled ‘Roles and Responsibilities: Key Facts for your Committee’ the emphasis of the course is on both the committee and senior staff working together and respecting and understanding each other’s roles, so we feel it is important and beneficial for both committee and senior members of staff to attend if possible.

    Please add the attendee name and attendee email address to the booking.

    Date: Thursday 18th and 25th November

    Time:  7:30pm - 9:00pm

    Venue: not applicable - via Zoom

    Cost: £40 for members / £60 for non members

    • 22 Nov 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • On-line
    • 16
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    ENABLING ENVIRONMENTS WITH ANNA EPHGRAVE (PLANNING IN THE MOMENT)

    Aim:- to help practitioners evaluate and develop an enabling environment – a space that is rich and varied and enables children to fully immerse and engage in their learning.

    Course Information: During the session we will cover:-

    • the principles of an enabling environment

    • what these principles look like in your indoor and outdoor spaces

    • a consideration of 'benefit/risk' when making decisions about your environment/resources

    • action planning and prioritising - putting effort into things that will have the most impact

    Within the session we will consider and discuss the merits of plastic and natural resources as well as how to make the most of settings existing resources.

    Suitable for anyone who has attended the full day training of Planning in the Moment.

    Date: Monday 22nd November

    Time:  6:00pm - 8:00pm

    Venue: On-line

    Cost: £30 for members / £45 for non members

    Cost: PLEASE NOTE PATA'S NORMAL REFUND POLICY DOES NOT APPLY FOR THIS BOOKING.  WE ARE UNABLE TO GIVE REFUNDS OR CREDITS ONCE A BOOKING IS MADE.  WE CAN, HOWEVER, CHANGE THE NAME OF DELEGATES ATTENDING UP UNTIL THURSDAY 18TH NOVEMBER

    FULL PAYMENT MUST BE RECEIVED WITHIN 7 DAYS OF THE INVOICE DATE OR 24 HOURS PRIOR TO THE START OF THE COURSE (WHICH EVER IS SOONER) BY BACS OR CHEQUE.  

    (Please note zoom invitations will be sent out 24 hours before the course/meeting starts.  We are unable to send out zoom invitations until payment has been received. Payment is required within 7 days of the invoice date and 24 hours before a course/meeting starts (whichever is sooner).  If this is going to be an issue for you please email training@pataglos.org.uk to agree an extension to the payment date)


    • 26 Nov 2021
    • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    • On-line
    • 0
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    Coffee Evening Clinic (for Committee Members)

    Please ignore the advertised date.  We are currently asking anyone interested in attending to 'join the waitlist' so we can gauge if there is enough interest to run a session.

    Being a committee member can be both challenging and isolating, especially during a global pandemic! Similar meetings have proved an invaluable source of support for practitioners and we would like to extend this to committee members. Join us, via zoom, to talk about your concerns and share your successes in an informal way with other committee members and two of our PATA staff team. It’s a great opportunity to get some much needed support during this ever evolving time. 

    Tea and cake optional and unfortunately you’ll need to bring your own!

    To allow as many groups as possible to participate space is limited to two committee members per group.

    Suitable for: Committee Members

    Date: date to be confirmed 

    Time: 6:30pm – 8:00pm (to be confirmed)

    Venue: n/a – the training will be carried out via Zoom

    Cost: £10 for PATA Members

    (Please note zoom invitations will be sent out 24 hours before the course/meeting starts.  We are unable to send out zoom invitations until payment has been received. Payment is required within 7 days of the invoice date and 24 hours before a course/meeting starts (whichever is sooner).  If this is going to be an issue for you please email training@pataglos.org.uk to agree an extension to the payment date)

    Please ensure you complete the 'attendee name' and 'attendee email address' (of the person taking part) to ensure we send the Zoom Invitation to the correct email address.

     If all places are taken, please join the waiting list. If you can no longer attend, please let us know as soon as possible so we can offer out your place to those on the waiting list



    • 07 Dec 2021
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • On-line
    • 13
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    NETWORK MEETING 2 (Topic to be confirmed)

    Whilst we will always have a focus to the network meetings, we are also mindful that there may be different concerns relating to a continued evolving situation. The network meetings will therefore always be topical taking into account the current landscape.

    This network meeting is open to Early Years Managers and Deputies in PATA member settings and provides a great opportunity to meet with colleagues from other settings and share experiences and expertise.

    Suitable for: Early Years Managers and Deputies. 

    Date: Tuesday 7th December

    Time: 7:00pm - 8:30pm

    Venue: n/a – the training will be carried out via Zoom

    Cost: £10.00

    (Please note zoom invitations will be sent out 24 hours before the course/meeting starts.  We are unable to send out zoom invitations until payment has been received. Payment is required within 7 days of the invoice date and 24 hours before a course/meeting starts (whichever is sooner).  If this is going to be an issue for you please email training@pataglos.org.uk to agree an extension to the payment date)

    Please ensure you complete the 'attendee name' and 'attendee email address' (of the person taking part) to ensure we send the Zoom Invitation to the correct email address.

     If all places are taken, please join the waiting list. If you can no longer attend, please let us know as soon as possible so we can offer out your place to those on the waiting list


    • 31 Dec 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • on-line
    • 0
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    Embedding Phonics in the EYFS

    Please ignore the advertised date - the date is not yet confirmed - we are currently asking you to register interest by joining the waitlist for this course so we can gauge interest and then we will contact you with the advertised date.

    Course Aim: This course will provide you with the necessary skills to embed Phonics into the curriculum.

    Course Information: During the session we will discuss:

    • Understanding the importance of early exposure to phonics in the Early Years
    • How to use phonics effectively
    • How to promote phonics in your setting and at home
    • Phonics resources to use in your setting
    Whilst we welcome any questions throughout the session, there will be a Q and A session at the end and an opportunity for everyone to discuss what has been learnt.

    Delivered by: Laura Gallop, an EYFS Specialist.

    Suitable For: Any Early Years Foundation Practitioners and Managers      

    Date: date to be confirmed

    Time:  6:00pm - 8:00pm tbc

    Venue: on-line

    Cost: £25 for members / £35 for non members

    • 31 Dec 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • on-line
    • 0
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    Embedding Maths in the EYFS

    Please ignore the advertised date - the date is not yet confirmed - we are currently asking you to register interest by joining the waitlist for this course so we can gauge interest and then we will contact you with the advertised date.

    Course Aim: This course will provide you with the necessary skills to embed Maths into the curriculum.

    Course Information:  During the session we will discuss: 

    • How maths fits into the Early Years framework
    • The pivotal role that Mathematics plays in a child's development.
    • What is problem solving and mastery
    • Maths resources to use in your setting
    Whilst we welcome any questions throughout the session, there will be a Q and A session at the end and an opportunity for everyone to discuss what has been learnt.

    Delivered by: Laura Gallop, an EYFS Specialist.

    Suitable For:  Any Early Years Practitioners and Managers

    Date: to be confirmed

    Time: 6:00am - 8:00pm tbc

    Venue: on-line

    Cost: £25 for members / £35 for non members

    • 01 Jan 2022
    • 12:00 AM
    • On-line
    • 93
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    NoodleNow (on-line)

    Please ignore the start date of 1st January 2022 - these courses can be started  at any time of the year.

    NoodleNow provide online courses (there are currently 93 but this is increasing all the time).  One you are registered you can log in at any time and work through a course.  At the end you will undertake a short test and if successful receive a certificate for your CPD file. All the courses  are included in the cost and access is for one year from registration.

    It's a great way for practitioners to upskill at their own pace, but also to pick a course to help with a specific issue - for example there is a course on dealing with biting.  If you have a child who starts biting, any members of your team who are registered with NoodleNow can do the course as a refresher and come up with a plan of action.

    We think that these courses will compliment our 'live' training and provide you with another option for keeping your practice fresh and relevant.

    Course included in the package cover everything from food safety, manual handling, physical development and outstanding practise.  You can see the full list of courses here.

    Cost (PATA Members only):

    Individual membership is usually £99+VAT or organisational membership (with a minimum of 5 people) is usually £25+VAT per person (so a minimum of £150). There is also a ‘bolt on’ package of short courses called Noodle Nibbles which are usually an extra £5+VAT per person which will be included in your package.

    We are able to offer access to our members for 

    £25 per person (no additional VAT) with no minimum number and including Noodle Nibbles.

    The access will last for a year and you can do as many of the courses in that time as you wish for no additional costs. 

    PLEASE NOTE YOUR INVOICE MUST BE SETTLED BEFORE YOU CAN START ANY OF THESE COURSES. 

    • 01 Jan 2022
    • 22 Jan 2022
    • 4 sessions
    • On-line
    • 0
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    Makaton - Level 3 and 4 (on-line)

    Please register your interest by joining the waiting list, to enable us to gauge if there is enough interest to run this course.

    Makaton is a multi-modal language programme that uses signs, symbols and speech for children and adults with speech, language and communication needs to build on their understanding and use of speech and language.

    These are fun, informal sessions with a chance to practise the signs and symbols taught with each other and learn a new skill. You will receive workbooks, a certificate of attendance and will learn around 250 signs and symbols over the four sessions. 

    The Level 3 and Level 4 training is run over four sessions (3 hours each). (Please note attendance by the same person at all sessions is required.)

    Level 3 training helps you to improve and develop your signing and symbol skills and how to use them effectively every day.

    You will revise the signs and symbols you learned in your Level 1 and 2 training and learn the signs and symbols for Stages 5 and 6 of the Core Vocabulary.

    Level 4 training completes the Makaton Core Vocabulary and formal training.

    You will revise the signs and symbols you learned in your Level 1, 2 and 3 training, and learn the signs and symbols for Stages 7 and 8 of the Core Vocabulary.

    You will learn lots more vocabulary covering days of the week, numbers, time, weather, occupations etc.

    The course fee includes a Makaton workbook which normally retails at £35

    Suitable For: Anyone wishing to learn more about Makaton

    Delivered by: Dawn McMullan-Cooper who is a Highly Specialist Speech and Language Therapist.

    Date: dates to be confirmed

    Time: 5:30pm -9:00pm (all sessions) - times to be confirmed

    Venue: on-line

    Cost: PLEASE NOTE PATA'S NORMAL REFUND POLICY DOES NOT APPLY FOR THIS BOOKING.  WE ARE UNABLE TO GIVE REFUNDS OR CREDITS ONCE A BOOKING IS MADE.  WE CAN, HOWEVER, CHANGE THE NAME OF DELEGATES ATTENDING UP UNTIL 2 DAYS BEFORE THE FIRST SESSION BEGINS

    FULL PAYMENT MUST BE RECEIVED WITHIN 7 DAYS OF THE INVOICE DATE BY BACS, CASH (AT THE PATA OFFICES) OR CHEQUE.  

    (Please note zoom invitations will be sent out 24 hours before the course/meeting starts.  We are unable to send out zoom invitations until payment has been received. Payment is required within 7 days of the invoice date and 24 hours before a course/meeting starts (whichever is sooner).  If this is going to be an issue for you please email training@pataglos.org.uk to agree an extension to the payment date)

    Members:  £125 (includes a Makaton workbook for each level)

    Non Members  £140 (includes a Makaton workbook for each level)

    • 01 Jan 2022
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • on-line
    • 0
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    'Playful Brains - The Neuroscience and Evolution of Play' with Ben Kingston-Hughes

    Please ignore the advertised date - date is not yet confirmed - we are currently asking you to register interest by joining the waitlist for this course so we can gauge interest and then we will contact you with the advertised date.

    Course Aim: This course will take a fascinating look at the child's brain.  

    Course Information:  "Step aboard the miniature submarine as we prepare to journey deep into the child's brain.  This course takes a practical look at the brain development of children and showcases a series of activities designed to help children build brains.  It takes delegates on a neurological journey into the child's brain through the latest research on neuroscience and a whole range of practical activities.  This workshop is fun, thought-provoking and might just help us build the brains of the future.

    This course also looks at play in children as an evolutionary imperative that we restrict at our peril.  We look back to a time where there was no health and safety, no "Inside voice" and almost every aspect of learning was active rather than passive.  We will look into the catastrophic damage that 21st century restrictions are doing to the emotional, cognitive and neurological development of the child.

    With all this in mind the role of the children's setting as an advocate for play is more important than at any time in history.  What can we do to help children reach their play potential."

    Delivered by: Ben Kingston-Hughes. 

    Ben Kingston-Hughes is a national award-winning trainer and Managing Director of Inspired Children. He has worked with children for over 30 years and has appeared on television.  His transformative training has been mentioned by Ofsted as an example of outstanding staff development and his distinctive blend of humour, neuroscience and real-life practical experiences make his training invaluable for anyone working with children. 

    Suitable For: Anyone who works with children (Early Years, Reception, KS1, KS2, OOSC)

    Date: Date to be confirmed

    Time:  6.00pm - 9:00pm to be confirmed

    Venue: on-line

    Cost: £30 for members / £40 for non members

    (Please note zoom invitations will be sent out 24 hours before the course/meeting starts.  We are unable to send out zoom invitations until payment has been received. Payment is required within 7 days of the invoice date and 24 hours before a course/meeting starts (whichever is sooner).  If this is going to be an issue for you please email training@pataglos.org.uk to agree an extension to the payment date)

    • 05 Jan 2022
    • 26 Jan 2022
    • 4 sessions
    • On-line
    • 0
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    Makaton - Level 1 and 2 (on-line)

    We are currently gauging interest to see if there is enough interest to run another cohort.  Please join the waiting list to register your interest.

    Makaton is a multi-modal language programme that uses signs, symbols and speech for children and adults with speech, language and communication needs to build on their understanding and use of speech and language.

    These are fun, informal sessions with a chance to practise the signs and symbols taught with each other and learn a new skill. You will receive workbooks, a certificate of attendance and will learn around 250 signs and symbols over the four sessions. 

    The Level 1 and Level 2 training in Makaton covers Stages 1-4 of the Core Vocabulary over four sessions (3 hours each). (Please note attendance by the same person at all sessions is required.)

    The course fee includes a Makaton workbook which normally retails at £35

    Suitable For: Anyone wishing to learn more about Makaton

    Delivered by: Dawn McMullan-Cooper who is a Highly Specialist Speech and Language Therapist.

    Dates: 5th, 12th, 19th and 26th January 2022

    Time: 5:30pm - 9:00pm


    Venue: on-line

    Cost: 

    FULL PAYMENT MUST BE RECEIVED WITHIN 7 DAYS OF THE INVOICE DATE BY BACS, CASH (AT THE PATA OFFICES) OR CHEQUE.  

    (Please note zoom invitations will be sent out 24 hours before the course/meeting starts.  We are unable to send out zoom invitations until payment has been received. Payment is required within 7 days of the invoice date and 24 hours before a course/meeting starts (whichever is sooner).  If this is going to be an issue for you please email training@pataglos.org.uk to agree an extension to the payment date)

    Members:  £125 (includes a Makaton workbook for each level)

    Non Members  £140 (includes a Makaton workbook for each level)

    • 21 Jan 2022
    • 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • On-line
    • 17
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    Anna Ephgrave's Planning In The Moment (via Zoom) 

    Course Aim: To provide you with the necessary tools to help your children feel confident and independent especially through outdoor play and risk taking play. The course will give delegates the chance to explore the theory and rationale behind child-initiated play.

    Course Information:  Delivered by Anna Ephgrave the course will cover:-   

    • Rationale and Complexities of Child-Initiated Play 
    • Planning and Teaching in the Moment    
    • The Role of the Adult - interacting is your teaching
    • Brain development and levels of involvement
    • Enabling Environments with emphasis on developing an outdoor classroom
    • Planning in the Moment and the paperwork associated with it

    It will also touch on:-         

    • Literacy and Numeracy in Early Years


    Suitable For: Anyone working in Early Years (including Reception) who is implementing, or is intending to implement, Planning in the Moment

    Date:  21st January 2022  Time: 9:15am - 3:00pm

    The training will be delivered in 3 sessions:-

    • Session 1: 9.30am - 10.45am

    • Session 2: 11.30am - 12.45pm

    • Session 3: 1.30pm - 3.00pm

    Venue: On-line

    Delivered by: Anna Ephgrave

    Cost: PLEASE NOTE PATA'S NORMAL REFUND POLICY DOES NOT APPLY FOR THIS BOOKING.  WE ARE UNABLE TO GIVE REFUNDS OR CREDITS ONCE A BOOKING IS MADE.  WE CAN, HOWEVER, CHANGE THE NAME OF DELEGATES ATTENDING UP UNTIL MIDDAY WEDNESDAY 19th JANUARY

    FULL PAYMENT MUST BE RECEIVED WITHIN 7 DAYS OF THE INVOICE DATE BY BACS, CASH (AT THE PATA OFFICES) OR CHEQUE.  

    Members:  £95

    Non Members  £120

    Zoom invitations will be sent out 24 hours before the course/meeting starts.  We are unable to send out zoom invitations until payment has been received. Payment is required within 7 days of the invoice date and 24 hours before a course/meeting starts (whichever is sooner).  If this is going to be an issue for you please email training@pataglos.org.uk to agree an extension to the payment date. 


    • 10 Feb 2022
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • n/a - Zoom
    • 30
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    PLANNING IN THE MOMENT WITH ANNA EPHGRAVE: A TASTER SESSION

    This session allows practitioners within your teams to gain an overview about the ITMP ethos from Anna, before either committing to the full day course, or simply to gain insight into why it is an ethos you feel passionate about adopting for your setting.

    This session will provide an overview of what ‘Planning in the Moment’ is and how it could fit into your setting and provide enormous benefits to both the staff team and children. She will be available to answer any questions that you may have.

    Please note this taster session does not replace the full day training.

    Suitable For: Any Early Years Foundation Practitioners and Managers who are new to, or who want to find out more, before committing to the full day's training.

    Date: Thursday 10th February

    Time:  6:00pm - 7:30pm (exact times to be confirmed)

    Venue: Zoom

    Cost: £25* for members / £35* for non members

    FULL PAYMENT MUST BE RECEIVED WITHIN 7 DAYS OF THE INVOICE DATE OR 24 HOURS PRIOR TO THE START OF THE COURSE (WHICH EVER IS SOONER) BY BACS OR CHEQUE.  


    • 02 Apr 2022
    • 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    • On-line
    • 0
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    THE WORLD IS STILL A SAFE PLACE: SUPPORTING CHILDREN'S WELLBEING DURING THE PANDEMIC

    Please ignore the advertised date - date is not yet confirmed - we are currently asking you to register interest by joining the waitlist for this course so we can gauge interest and then we will contact you with the advertised date.

    Resident tutor, Colette Etheridge is best placed to offer outstanding topical training around the issues that this challenging time may raise for our youngest learners.

    Course Aim: To provide practitioners/parents in early years settings with an understanding of how the Coronavirus pandemic may be impacting on a child and how best to support them.

    Course Information: 

    During this workshop, we will:

    • Think about the child’s understanding and perspective of the pandemic;
    • Consider the potential impact on a child’s emotional wellbeing;
    • Consider how the current situation may impact on a child’s behaviour;
    • Start to think about how to support a child.

    Coronavirus has changed our way of life and we are all having to adapt and respond to this fast-moving situation with unrivalled levels of uncertainty. Understanding how the virus may impact on children will be crucial in any response we offer as both practitioners and parents. 

    Please note that this is a vast subject and we may not be able to cover everything in the allotted time.

    If all places are taken, please join the waiting list. If you can no longer attend, please let us know as soon as possible so we can offer out your place.

    Please ensure you complete the 'attendee name' and 'attendee email address' (of the person taking part) to ensure we send the Zoom Invitation to the correct email address.

    (Please note zoom invitations will be sent out 24 hours before the course/meeting starts.  We are unable to send out zoom invitations until payment has been received. Payment is required within 7 days of the invoice date and 24 hours before a course/meeting starts (whichever is sooner).  If this is going to be an issue for you please email training@pataglos.org.uk to agree an extension to the payment date)

    Suitable for: Practitioners and Parents.

    Delivered by: Colette Etheridge, Counsellor and Child Behaviour Specialist

    Date: To be confirmed

    Time:  to be confirmed

    Venue: n/a - the training be will carried out via Zoom.

    Cost: £15 (for PATA Members - this includes anyone linked to your setting, so parents, volunteers etc can book but will need to do so via your setting's membership account.)

    £25 for Non-Members

    • 02 Apr 2022
    • 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
    • on-line
    • 0
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    Characteristics of Effective Learning and Schemas

    Please ignore the advertised date - date is not yet confirmed - we are currently asking you to register interest by joining the waitlist for this course so we can gauge interest and then we will contact you with the advertised date.

    Course Aim: This introductory course offers an overview of the characteristics of effective learning and schemas.

    Course Information: The EYFS defines characteristics of effective learning as

    ·    Playing and exploring - children investigate and experience things and 'have a go'

    ·    Active learning - children concentrate and keep trying if they encounter difficulties, and enjoy achievements

    ·    creating and thinking critically - children have and develop their own ideas, make links between ideas and develop strategies for doing things

    How children learn is just as important as what children are learning. This course will provide guidance for practitioners about what the characteristics are and how we can use them effectively when reflecting on the quality of children’s learning. A schema is a pattern of repeated actions and the awareness of schemas will help practitioners describe how children approach their learning.  The role of the adult is critical in observing, identifying and understanding the 3 key characteristics and children’s fascinations to gain a better awareness of how to enable children to become lifelong learners.

    Suitable ForAny Early Years Practitioners     

    Date: tbc

    Time: 4:30pm - 6:30pm (tbc)

    Venue: on-line

    Cost: £30 for members / £45 for non members

    • 02 Apr 2022
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • on-line
    • 0
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    Understanding and Supporting the Anxious Child 

    Please ignore the advertised date - date is not yet confirmed - we are currently asking you to register interest by joining the waitlist for this course so we can gauge interest and then we will contact you with the advertised date.

    Course Aim: To provide staff working in Early Years Settings, Schools or Out of School Clubs with an understanding of how anxiety can impact on a child.

    Course Information: During this workshop, we will:

    • Explore anxiety and how the brain reacts to it;
    • Have an opportunity to discuss how anxiety manifests in their setting;
    • Consider how anxiety impacts on the behaviour of a child;
    • Start to think about how to support a child with anxiety.  

    Delivered by: Colette Etheridge, a counsellor and parenting practitioner.

    Suitable For: Any Early Years Practitioners from support staff to Managers; anyone who works or volunteers with children in either Key Stage 1 or 2 and in a Playwork setting (Out of School Club) including breakfast, after school and holiday clubs.

    (Please note zoom invitations will be sent out 24 hours before the course/meeting starts.  We are unable to send out zoom invitations until payment has been received. Payment is required within 7 days of the invoice date and 24 hours before a course/meeting starts (whichever is sooner).  If this is going to be an issue for you please email training@pataglos.org.uk to agree an extension to the payment date)

    Date: to be confirmed

    Time:  to be confirmed

    Venue: on-line

    Cost: £28 for members / £38 for non members

    • 02 Apr 2022
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • On-line
    • 0
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