The training is aimed to support schools in understanding the principles and processes which underpin the EYFS and YR1curriculum. It will involve developing excellent and effective transition procedures and practice. You will also consider what an ‘effective’ transition policy should include to support children’s transition from the end of EYFS to YR1. You will be evaluating curriculum provision at the point of transition and beyond and reviewing teaching and learning strategies across both key stages.
The course will help you develop clear and effective communication between all involved in the transition journey.
Why should I attend?
This course will help you:
- plan an effective transition programme from end of reception and starting KS1
- understand how EYFS principles can be used to ensure an effective transition into kS1
- promote continuity in learning by ensuring that year 1 teachers are aware of children’s achievements and can implement the next steps in their learning
- show how information from the EYFS profile can be used to support school transition.
What will the course cover?
- Exploring the principles that underpin the Early Years Foundation Stage
- How to manage the curriculum and pedagogy in YR1
- Writing a policy for transition
- Using observational assessment and analysis of the Foundation Stage Profile to plan children’s learning in YR1
- Sharing organisational and management strategies
- Reviewing the learning environment and resources
Who should attend?
Subject Lead/ Coordinator
Pay as You Go - £50
CPD Package - No charge
Barking & Dagenham Schools - No charge
Booking confirmation including access information and important pre-course information will be sent to you upon booking.
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