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Listening to young children and person centred thinking and planning in the early years

Delegates will have opportunities to:

  • Consider the United Convention on the Rights of the Child and other recent guidance on participation and listening to young children.
  • Identify opportunities for involving and listening to the voice and views of all children in everyday practice.
  • Explore the various ways in which children express views and choices including the multiple ways children communicate.
  • Consider the introduction of person centred approaches into the early years setting
  • Understand and develop the use of person centred one page profiles to include the voice of the child and parent as a tool to support inclusive practice. 

Audience: All early years practitioners, setting managers, SENCO’s, INCO’s and those responsible for ensuring planning takes account of individual children’s strengths.

Trainer: Julie Revels

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