‘New to’ teaching in the EYFS 2018/19 (pay per session)
18 June @ 2:30 pm - 5:00 pm
‘New to’ teaching in the EYFS Programme
This programme is designed to support those new to teaching in the Early Years Foundation Stage – nursery and reception teachers.
The programme consists of 10 sessions tailored to meet the needs of those teaching in the Early Years Foundation Stage and includes a free place for your EYFS teacher at the STEEP Early Years Conference at Goldsmiths University of London, Friday 26th April 2019 and a discount on further places booked.
These sessions provide an opportunity for teachers new to teaching the EYFS to develop their understanding of the Early Years Foundation Stage phase.
In addition it offers quality input to support teachers new to teaching the EYFS in meeting the requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage Statutory Framework.
Venue: Hatcham Oak Childrens Centre (unless otherwise stated)
When: Tuesday afternoons 1:30 – 4:00pm (unless otherwise stated)
Pay per session
- £75 per session
- STEEP Conference places £125 (£99 Early Bird rate until 31/10/2018)
Welcome Event (18/09/18): Chelwood Nursery School, Brockley SE4 2QQ – 4:30-5:30pm
Session 1 (16/10/18): The Early Years Statutory Framework –Sound foundations for high quality learning
Session 2 (20/11/18): Quality first teaching – inclusion through a personalised approach
Session 3 (11/12/18): The enabling environment: a balanced approach to child and adult initiated learning
Session 4 (15/01/19): Autism in the Early Years
Session 5 (12/02/19): Early Language Development
Session 6 (19/03/19): Inspiring a love of reading – Story & Narrative
Session 7 (26/04/19): STEEP Early Years Conference – full day event
Session 8 (14/05/19): Igniting writing
Session 9 (18/06/19): Meaningful maths
Session 10 (09/07/19): Extending learning through challenge and creative questioning
Your EYFS teacher will be encouraged and supported to develop a professional network with other Early Years specialist colleagues through the STEEP network across Lewisham and Greenwich and beyond in the development of their practice. www.STEEPtsa.org.uk