This two day paediatric first aid course focuses on emergency scenarios that face those looking after young children and infrants, from the Early Years up to age 11.
As this is an active session that may require a small amount of physical participation, you are advised to wear appropriate clothing and not be hindered in any way.Essential Information
Childminders and PVI settings with an interest in developing their knowledge and understanding of delivering high quality phonics to young children.
Essential training for settings with Nursery school aged children.
This course will give you an overview of Phase 1 Aspects 1-7 of the Letters and Sounds Phonics programme. It will look at practical ways you can deliver high quality phonics activities in your setting. This course will be over 2 virtual sessions (each session will last 1.5 hours) Practitioners are required to attend both sessions.
Speech sound (pronunciation) develoopment from 0-7 years, how we make speech sounds, common immaturities and possible causes of speech sound difficulties.
How to informally assess a child's speech, strategies for dealing with unclear speech.
Developing listening skills and how we use activities to support speech sound development.
Teachers and childcare/education support staff in all education and childcare settings who support children with speech sound difficulties.
Delegates must attend both sessions on the 8th June and the 15th June 2021.Essential Information
This half day event will provide opportunities for Year 6 teachers to moderate work in writing against the framework for KS2.
Please bring along samples of writing (literacy and cross curricular examples),
This course will cover:
Facilitator: Hounslow EP Service - Dr Emilia MishevaEssential Information
Early Years Practitioners
This innovative course blends 6 hours of practical training with 6 hours of eLearning. It focuses on the emergency scenarios that face professionals looking after young children and infants, including teachers, playgroup leaders, childcare providers, nannies and childminders. It meets the standards of Ofsted/EYFS and HSE requirements.
Day 1: Practical Day
• Roles & Responsibilities of the First Aider
• Assessing an Emergency Situation & Prioritising Action
• Unresponsive Casualty (Not Breathing) – Infant & Child
• Unresponsive Casualty (Breathing) – Infant & Child
• Choking – Infant & Child
• Head Injuries
• Burns, Bleeds & Shock
Day 2: Interactive eLearning
• Bites & Stings
• Suspected Fracture
• Neck & Back Injuries
• Head Injuries (recap)
• Burns & Scalds (recap)
• Minor Injuries
• Electric Shock
• Extreme Temperatures
Learners are continuously assessed by the trainer throughout the course and they must also complete the Final Assessment at the end of the eLearning.
The interactive eLearning is completed online and must be completed before the practical training day.
On completion of the course, learners receive a Full Paediatric First Aid certificate valid for 3 years, which meets OFSTED / EYFS and HSE requirements
This briefing session is suitable for all Induction Tutors and Mentors, and will cover
This session will provide opportunities for Year 2 teachers to assess a child's work for eading, writing and mathematics.
Please bring along samples of writing (literacy and cross curricular examples), mathematics work, reading records and books recently read independently. Children's work should have been moderated in advance.
Teachers will be provided with the opportunity to confirm their judgements with colleagues, supported by discussion, questioning and comparison against the KS1 teacher assessment frameworks.Essential Information