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Woodwork in the Early Years
NON-MAINTAINED SETTINGS ONLY

Delighted to have Pete Moorhouse back to work with non-maintained practitioners to gain a fuller insight and confidence in introducing Woodwork as part of the daily routine.

This event is a full day – giving time for both research and more practical guidance to further develop skills and confidence. 
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMapSession feeAdditional Fees**Notes
Session 1Friday
7 December 2018
09:30 - 15:30Jubilee Park Primary School,Jubilee Way,NP10 9NLMap£0£0
*Cost charged per Whole Course**Additional Fees charged per Course
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Maximum places 25 
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Event Tutors Gaynor Brimble  
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Key Stages
applies to Foundation keystage Foundationdoes not apply to KS 2 keystage KS 2does not apply to KS 3 keystage KS 3does not apply to KS 4 keystage KS 4does not apply to 7-14 keystage 7-14does not apply to Post 16 keystage Post 16
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Target Audience Non-Maintained Settings 
Event Types Course
Event Subject/Aspect Area Foundation Phase
Programme Area Improving Literacy, Improving Numeracy & Reducing Poverty/Disadvantage
Event Outcomes Practitioners will benefit from increased confidence and knowledge with regard to:
· The benefits of woodwork in the early years
· supporting children to become confident, capable individuals
· introducing new skills for creativity, language and physical development
· improved practitioner confidence and attitude to risky play
· considering the four purposes of the new curriculum and how the adult as co-learner, the emergent curriculum and children with direction over their learning can impact positively on later learning
· The 100 languages of children– the endless opportunities for creative expression
· The importance of the environment – physical space/resources as third teacher
· The value of high-quality reflective documentation
· Parents as partners. How Reggio practitioners work together with parents
· Working together with the local community
· Long term project work