Making an impact in EYFS: A science subject leaders’ guide to developing good practice RE028 / D01
A good understanding of how children learn science in the Early Years Foundation Stage is imperative for a primary science subject leader. Engaging with the new EYFS framework will help develop understanding of the way teachers work in EYFS and exploration of the non-statutory guidance will further build a picture of the ways young children learn. You will consider what good teaching and learning looks like in ‘Understanding the World’ and develop a clear progression map into Key Stage 1 that will help build strong foundations for science across the school. You will return to school with a wealth of ideas to share with EYFS colleagues, ensuring that children, in this important phase, start off with the very best learning experiences.
Who is the course leader?
- understand implications of the statutory and non-statutory guidance in EYFS
- describe how children in EYFS learn
- identify what good teaching and learning looks like for ‘Understanding the World’
- consider how to support EYFS colleagues in developing science teaching and learning
|1 Making an impact in EYFS: A science subject leaders’ guide to developing good practice||24 January 2024||09:30-15:30||Warren Road Primary School|
|State-funded school or college||Activity fee£200.00 +VAT|
|Fee-paying school or college (independent)||Activity fee£300.00 +VAT|
For courses at the National STEM Learning Centre in York, fees include meals and accommodation for the duration of the course.
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