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|Description||This lively and practical course shows how practitioners can use low or no-cost sensory-rich resources to support the three prime areas and four specific areas of the Statutory Framework for the EYFS. Drawing itself upon the three characteristics of effective learning the course offers a good mix of contemporary research findings, fun activities, illuminating play observations, and opportunities for practitioner reflection to help bring learning to life. This highly sensory session will show inspiring techniques for delivering the curriculum in a fun and inclusive way to achieve a balance between adult-initiated and child-led learning and play.|
|Categories||Support Staff, Teaching staff, Out of school|
|Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students||This course will
• Understand the importance of the senses for development, learning and memory
• Experience and observe sensory-rich approaches, activities and resources in action
• Explore the prime and specific areas and characteristics of effective learning of the Statutory Framework for the EYFS and how sensory play can meet different age children’s needs
• Reflect upon how sensory-rich approaches can be used to bring the curriculum to life
|Evidence underpinning this approach||The provider has not supplied this information|
|How users/participants can evaluate success||The provider has not supplied this information|
|Follow-up activities and support||The provider has not supplied this information|
|Details||This course will be delivered by Sue Gascoyne
Sue Gascoyne is a published author, Early Year’s researcher, educational consultant and trainer. She provides workshops and presentations nationally and internationally to help practitioners introduce learning through sensory play. In 2006 she launched multi-award winning children’s play resource company Play to Z Ltd and maintains an active role as creative director. Sue writes regularly in the national press and was a contributor to International Perspectives on Early Childhood (Sage) January 2012. Sue has authored two books: Sensory Play, published in September 2011 and revised 2013 (Practical Pre-School) and Treasure Baskets and Beyond – Realising the benefits of sensory rich play (Open University), published in August 2012. These publications and her award-winning training draw heavily upon original and contemporary research. Sue has funded and instigated numerous research projects to further our understanding of the benefits of sensory-rich play with objects. In 2009, Sue Gascoyne was named Nursery World 'Trainer of the Year' for her contribution to the Early Year’s sector. Primary School Governor and mother of two young children, much of Sue’s work is inspired by observations of her own children at play.
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