SEND in the early years study day – physical development

Starts: 21 June 2019 09:00 AM (GMT)
Finishes: 21 June 2019 03:00 PM (GMT)

Stafford

About this event

Suitable for early years practitioners, EY SENCO’s, teachers, teaching assistants and childminders - this study day will look at physical development in the early years and ways to support children.  

The day will include a keynote speech delivered by Alison Hart MBAOT MScOT (Community) FHEA occupational therapist, a presentation delivered by Joanne di Castiglione who is the headteacher at Greenhall Nursery in Stafford and SENCO updates delivered by Entrust’s special educational needs and inclusion service.  

This course will enable you to: 

  • Support children’s physical development in the early years.
  • Have ideas and strategies to support physical development.
  • Be up to date with EY SENCO and keyworker role.
  • Have opportunities for networking.

Entrust making a difference to children, young people and schools

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The Council and Capita have created a joint venture brimming with innovative ideas and practical solutions and, four years on, there are real results and positive feedback from both schools and parents. At a time when school budgets are in the spotlight, Entrust is a ground-breaking move that is making a true difference to children and young people – and delivering long-term economic and financial benefits.

John Tradewell Director of strategy, governance and change, Staffordshire County Council

Entrust: Inspiring futures through outcomes-focussed partnerships

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The Council and Capita have created a joint venture brimming with innovative ideas and practical solutions and, two and a half years on, there are real results and positive feedback from both schools and parents. At a time when school budgets are in the spotlight, Entrust is a ground-breaking move that is making a true difference to children and young people – and delivering long-term economic and financial benefits.

John Tradewell, Director of Democracy, Law and Transformation, Staffordshire County Council

MyConcern at Hilbre High School

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I feel the school is a safer place, we are able to react quickly to new issues, and it enables a much more proactive approach to safeguarding in general

David White, Assistant Headteacher and Designated Safeguarding Lead