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Exploring well–being in the early years

Delegates will have opportunities to:  

  • Extend their awareness of the wide range of interpretations of wellbeing.
  • Recognise the ways in which well being can be promoted in early years settings.
  • Gain confidence in how the role of a key person contributes to well being.
  • Achieve a deeper understanding of observing, measuring and commenting on well being for individual children.

This professional development event will be of interest to all those involved in the provision of early years education and childcare services.  It will be of particular interest to practitioners who wish to develop a greater understanding of wellbeing in the early years and their contribution to it. It will provide information and insights into the dynamic nature of wellbeing. The Ofsted schedule for inspections of registered early years provision will be seeking to make a key judgement on the settings contribution early years providers make to children’s well being. This one day event will provide participants with the opportunity to consider ways in which wellbeing can be described, observed and assessed. It will draw upon recent research and also existing measures of wellbeing, involvement and engagement.

The sessions will include

  • What do we understand about wellbeing?
  • Ofsted, wellbeing and the Characteristics of Effective Learning.
  • Observing and measuring well-being,
  • The key person, well-being and funded 2 year olds

The session will be supported by DVD clips, discussion papers and presentations as well as time to share experiences and develop ideas to improve a settings contribution to wellbeing.

Audience: Early Years staff in PVI settings, Children’s Centres, schools or any early years and childcare environment in the community who are working with babies or under 3;s and their parents.

Trainer: Julie Revels

To book this course, please complete our booking enquiry form

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