Early Years Bitesize Training

Early Years Bitesize Online Training

Sandwell Early Years bitesize training for providers and practitioners. 

The Sandwell Early Years Team has produced a series of "Bitesize" training materials, covering a range of important topics, that all Early Years practitioners can access at any time.

Once a set of training has been completed, delegates can use a Microsoft Form (contained in each training presentation) to generate a certificate confirming their participation.

We hope that practitioners will find the "Bitesize" training useful, and if there are any questions or further training needs please contact your QTS

Phase 1 Phonics

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Phase 1 Phonics

Phonics is a way of teaching children how to read and write. It helps children hear, identify and use different sounds that distinguish one word from another in the English language.

Moving into Phase 2 Phonics

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Moving into Phase 2 Phonics

Moving into Phase 2 Phonics covers the importance of promoting phonological awareness and good speaking and listening skills.

Exploring Early Maths

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Exploring Early Maths

What maths have you already encountered today? Environmental maths, everyday maths, stories,songs and rhymes?

Developing your Early Years Pedagogy

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Developing your Early Years Pedagogy

Pedagogy is the techniques and strategies you can use to provide opportunities for development and how your relationships and interactions with children can affect them.

Quality Environments

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Quality Environments

Find out about Quality Environments within the Early Years Statutory Framework, the  overarching principles and the starting points for planning your environment.

Quality Interactions

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Quality Interactions

Find out why high quality interactions are important, what research says and how to create and develop opportunities for high quality interactions in your everyday practice.

Transitions in your setting

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Transitions in your setting

Find out what transitions are and the importance of key person attachments. Why transitions are important and the strategies to support them.

Understanding and developing your Early Years Curriculum

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Understanding and developing your Early Years Curriculum

Since the introduction of the New EYFS it is now more important than ever that early years educators feel confident and clear in their understanding of their curriculum.

Page last reviewed: 27/06/2023

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