7 October 2024
16:00 - 17:30

Prepared for Change: An Update Focused on the Revised EYFS Framework

Prepared for Change: An Update Focused on the Revised EYFS Framework

Over the past year there have been several amendments and some significant change to the statutory EYFS Framework, and there are now two distinct versions of the EYFS framework with one specifically designed for group and school-based providers.



This insightful twilight CPD session will provide an overview of the latest key changes so you can ensure that your whole team is fully up to date as we examine how we can successfully meet the statutory requirements as part of a rich and unique curriculum within provision.
We will explore key principles and discuss the implications for the changes around Qualifications, Ratios, Safeguarding and Assessment. We will also take this opportunity to share other key documentation that will support EYFS teams.

TARGET AUDIENCE: Teachers of Early Years

Member schools who book 3 or more delegates prior to 23 September 2024 will be charged £52.00 per delegate

Details: The Webinar will be online, using Zoom, and delegates will be sent a link in order to sign in.
The event will be recorded and delegates will be sent a link to the recording that will last for 14 days.

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    Andy Burt
    Andy is a highly experienced and dynamic Consultant, Teacher and Senior Leader, who specialises in helping practitioners to develop high quality practice in the EYFS and KS1. His previous roles include teaching from Nursery to Year 2, EYFS Leader, Deputy Headteacher and Advanced Skills Teacher. In his classroom practice, Andy developed creative and innovative approaches to learning over a number of years. In 2011, Andy co-wrote the text “Understanding How Young Children Learn Through Play” in collaboration with Professor Pat Broadhead. The book was published by Routledge in 2011 and has since become a key text on childhood studies and early childhood education courses.