During the session will consider how we can promote more effective interactions between practitioners and children whilst working online, strengthening language and communication skills and maintaining strong relationships. We will then explore practical ways to maximise the opportunities offered by the home learning environment - connecting with children’s natural interests and the curriculum.
There will be lots of top tips and discussion points to support you and your team review your current provision and plan the way forward
EYFS leaders, teachers and practitioners
Live Session: 28th January 6-7pm
If the live session is full and you are unable to register, please join the waiting list. You will be notified as and when a space becomes available.
All registrants and waiting list delegates will be emailed a link to the webinar on 29th January.
Partners in Learning: Exploring opportunities for families to support young children with remote learning
Available from early February, this FREE recorded webinar is for parents and carers as they look to inspire, engage and support learning at home. Please do share this link so they can register their interest.
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