Emotional Wellbeing

Date(s) - 01/12/2017
9:30 am - 3:30 pm

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Presented by Alice Sharp

Every day, every experience and everyone we meet evokes an emotional response in each one of us. As adults, we are more attuned to this; however, for very young children it can be unknown or unexplored territory.

Supporting children by talking and playing in order to explore and challenge their emotional literacy is a vital part of every practitioner’s daily role. It may not be easy or the most comfortable part of what we do, but done effectively it can be incredibly rewarding and have huge implications for every child’s future.

Delegates will
• Develop strategies to develop a positive self-image for every child.
• Explore the emotions of our youngest children and how they are demonstrated as well as to develop an understanding of them from a child’s point of view;
• Highlight how valuable young children’s emotions are, even “negative” ones and consider how they might be dealt with.
• Reflect on current research and thinking on emotional literacy, self-regulation and high and low self esteem
• Consider early brain development, how it supports the development of empathy, respect and resilience.

Delegate Fee – £120+VAT

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