Learning Intentions and Success Criteria, Really!? Should it be Play versus Curriculum?

Date(s) - 24/02/2016
9:30 am - 3:30 pm

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Presenter – Alice Sharp

For those working with children aged three to six.

For many years early year’s practitioners have been under increasing pressure to start young children on formal learning, getting them ready for school. This training day focuses on reasons why children need developmentally appropriate experiences which are planned with consideration of child development at the heart of each.

During this training day delegates will;

  • Explore and debate what learning intentions and success criteria are, their purpose, relevance and importance
  • Consideration of using play which is planned and targeted with a set intention alongside experiences which are spontaneous and the intentions and success being captured retrospectively
  • Reflect on the kind of early experiences that will genuinely support young children’s learning
  • Extend their understanding of the great importance of a holistic approach to child development

The course will allow delegates to explore developmentally appropriate expectations for young children over the early level. Debate will be encouraged on ways in which young children learn, including the importance of; feeling emotionally secure, relaxed play and genuine conversation to promote developmentally appropriate engagement and positive outcomes.

Cost – £120 + VAT

Approved for SDS ILA Funding

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