In this session, we will be looking at the new, non-statutory guidance Birth to 5 Matters and getting to know the benefits and scope of this comprehensive guidance. We will draw on previous guidance for the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and see the new materials this guidance offers.
The Masterclass includes:
EYFS guidance, Birth to 5 Matters was written by the sector, for the sector. And having led one of the specialist writing teams myself, I look forward to taking you through this comprehensive resource.
This CPD Booster session includes a certificate for 60 minutes of professional development (30 minutes for the training and 30 minutes of reflection and exercises).
You get lifetime access to the course and you can watch as many times as you want.
About Your Course Instructor:
Dr Kathryn Peckham is an Early Childhood Consultant, researcher and author, and founder of Nurturing Childhoods, an online source of knowledge and support for parents, schools and settings all over the world.
Having worked with children for many years, Kathryn is a passionate advocate for children’s access to rich and meaningful experiences throughout their foundational early years.
With a PhD looking at the effect of pedagogy on children’s innate desires to learn, and the effect this has on their engagement, Kathryn has developed a suite of materials.
Supporting families through seminars and short courses; supporting settings through effective CPD and the Nurturing Childhood Accreditation; and supporting schools through the MICE (Method of Improved Child Engagements) programme.
With a particular interest in the impact of childhood experiences, and the influence of well-meaning adults, Kathryn works with families and settings as well as schools and councils to identify and celebrate the nature of early childhood and the experiences children need to prepare them for all of life’s learning.
A highly acclaimed author, researcher and active campaigner for children, Kathryn consults on projects, conducts research for government bodies and contributes to papers launched in parliament, and those widely used throughout settings such as Birth to Five Matters. Kathryn also teaches a Master’s Degree at the Centre for Research in Early Years.