In this webinar recording, Alistair looks at how an understanding of skill development within the Early Years environment can support practitioners in providing engaging, impactful and challenging continuous provision where children thrive.
He looks at what practitioners can do to support both implicit and explicit challenge in play without restricting children’s access to resources or narrowing their play opportunities to adult planned activities.
The webinar recording is 105 minutes long. You’ll get a certificate on completion.
You get lifetime access and you can watch as many times as you want.
For Alistair’s first course on Continuous Provision which shows you how to implement and assess Continuous Provision in your setting, click here.
About Your Course Instructor:
After teaching in a number of schools in Manchester and Trafford, Alistair Bryce-Clegg became Head teacher of a three-form entry Infant school and Early Years Unit in Cheshire where he spent 10 happy years.
Towards the end of this time he established a consultancy career specialising in the education of children in the Early Years and left headship in 2009 to set up ABC Does…
Alistair works with practitioners in individual settings or as part of larger projects with various Local Authorities. He also runs conferences and delivers keynotes both nationally and internationally.
He’s written for various magazines and other publications and, working with Bloomsbury, has published over 20 books. He also appeared on the critically acclaimed series on Channel 4 – ‘Old People’s Home for 4 Years Olds and co-founded the website and App for parents – My First Five Years.
He’s passionate about inspiring children to reach their potential and equipping practitioners with the skills and enthusiasm to achieve this.