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NEW COURSE - EYFS - Facilitation in Continuous Provision

NEW COURSE - EYFS - Facilitation in Continuous Provision

Develop early years provision

This practical course will be delivered by the highly experienced and inspirational EYFS specialist Sarah Quinn. Practitioners will develop their understanding and strategies for continuous provision and identify what constitutes outstanding practice.
  • The role of continuous provision in early years teaching – teach it, practice it, apply it
  • The role of the adult in continuous provision
  • The power of play in the continuous provision
  • The importance of context and purpose Environments with high impact
  • Responding to children’s context, needs, barriers, interest

Excellence in EYFS - Sarah Quinn

Sarah delivers training and support to schools as an adviser working closely with leadership teams, and teachers to raise the quality of their practice and the outcomes for children. Her training covers a range of areas including leadership, teaching, curriculum, assessment and early years. Sarah was a highly successful primary school teacher and leader.

She previously worked as a managing inspector for Ofsted and for CfBT Inspection Services as the Central Senior Managing Inspector. She has recently developed assessment and tracking, curriculum and teaching systems for early years settings from birth to five. She has written articles for Early Years Educator and Nursery World and has publications available.

Testimonials: It was SO great as an Early Years Specialist to hear someone speak with such passion and wisdom. It made me reflect on what we do well at our school and what we might do now to move forward. It was fantastic to see how much work she and her team have done in terms of development across the age phases and what this looks like (Conference delegate).

Thank you for the realistic targets - I feel I can use these to develop as a headteacher and that I have a clear direction to develop my school. (Headteacher)

The Learning Trust for Excellence – inspiring excellence and learning opportunities for all

The Learning Trust for Excellence is made up of 7 good and outstanding primary schools in Sutton Coldfield, including one special school working together with our partners. Inspiring excellence and furthering opportunities for all is at the heart of the Learning Trust for Excellence.

We offer high quality school support including: in depth reviews to assist with self evaluation, post inspection requirements as well as helping to be Ofsted ready; bespoke training delivered by outstanding teachers to address specific needs; and development of curriculum materials and working policies to ensure compliance with the new curriculum and government requirements. We also offer leadership and
mentoring support for staff and governors throughout the primary setting.

The LTE received a Leading Aspect Award in recognition of the wide range of collaborative work.