This early years course will outline the key experiences, resources and organisation which are needed to support and extend children’s early mathematical thinking. This highly practical course will look at developing mathematics opportunities within the learning environment through resourcing and everyday routines. It will explore the role of the adult in supporting developmentally appropriate mathematical learning through a balance of adult-led, adult-guided and child-initiated learning
Course Cost: Cost: £165 +VAT
Additional Places £145+VAT *Course 2nd October 2018 Registration: 09:00 AM Course Starts: 09:30 AM Course Ends: 03:30 PM
Course VenueDurham Cricket Ground
Amy Keith has significant experience teaching in early years. She has been a successful middle leader and driven improvements in early years in a range of schools and different local authorities. She became a Local Authority Adviser in 2010 - supporting schools with early years practice and provision. She has specific expertise in assessment, data analysis, action planning, leadership and management and coaching to make sustainable improvements. Recently she qualified as an Ofsted inspector for early years and now offers support and advice to schools and other early years settings.