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This programme is designed to support those new to teaching in the EYFS.
STEEP is committed to supporting exceptional early childhood education for all.
We believe every child deserves the best possible start in life and support to fulfil their potential. A child’s experience in the early years has a major impact on their future life chances. A secure, safe and happy childhood is important in its own right, and provides the foundation for children to make the most of their own abilities and talents as they grow.
STEEP 2019-20 NQT Early Years Induction & Mentoring Programme Our NQT Induction programme is tailored to meet the needs of EYFS NQTs in nursery and reception (10 Monthly half-day sessions)The programme provides quality input to support your NQT in meeting the required Teachers’ Standards and has specific emphasis on meeting the requirements of the EYFS Statutory Framework.These NQT Induction sessions provide an opportunity for NQTs to meet, reflect upon, and share their practice with NQTs working within different contexts. Included…Find out more »
Introduction for new DSLs (Level 3) The aim of this course is to prepare those new to the DSL role to carry out their responsibilities with confidence. This one day course focuses on the roles and responsibilities of the DSL and will draw on key guidance and current best practice. It is aimed at those new to or about to take up the DSL or Deputy DSL role in; Early Years PVI Sector Ofsted registered provision, delivering the EYFS Schools and…Find out more »
Target audience: EYFS Leaders in schools This briefing will provide an update on the latest local and national policy relating to the EYFS framework, Ofsted regulations, and current initiatives, as well as opportunities for professional development. These sessions will provide opportunities to: Ensure EYFS Leaders have relevant knowledge of current policy and plans and potential impact for their school Network with other leaders and share ideas and best practice Terms and Conditions: By purchasing this ticket online I agree to…Find out more »
A nursery school in action – Explore sessionWho is this event for?Practitioners, NQTs, those new to the EYFS, and those interested in getting a taste of Abbey Wood Nursery School in action. Suitable for those who are working in the Early Years Foundation Stage in schools, nursery schools, private voluntary and independent settings, including childminders. What is the course about?Abbey Wood Nursery School aims to work in partnership with parents and the community to provide a happy, enjoyable, secure and stimulating learning…Find out more »
This course meets and exceeds the requirements laid down by Ofsted and the EYFS for people needing a 2 day, 12 contact hours First Aid course for adult, infant and child.Find out more »
Safeguarding: Refresher DSL training (level 3) This course is designed to be a refresher for existing Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSL’s) and deputies to update their training. The content will change every two years.Itis suitable for those who are already experienced in the role of DSL and who are refreshing their knowledge at the required two yearly intervals. Participants will have already obtained ‘foundation’ and ‘introduction’ to safeguarding (formally Levels 1, 2 and 3). For information about foundation and introductory level safeguarding, please refer to our…Find out more »
NB Please make sure you understand our terms and conditions as there is a £25 non-attendance fee for this event. Target audience: PVIs & School TAs/LSAs/ new to EYFS The purpose of this course is to explore the importance of high quality interactions between adults and children. Participants will explore and understand the importance of adult-child interaction on the early learning and development of the child. This course will encourage participants to: Consider the importance of the role of the…Find out more »
The forum is available to SENCos from all private, voluntary and independent early years’ settings in Lewisham and is free of charge. Target audience: PVI SENCO’s The forum will be an informative and interactive session that will provide you with the opportunity to network with other SENCos. This session will focus on: National and Local Updates and will be delivered by: Early Years Quality and Inclusion Team The forum will be an opportunity to hear from other Early Years Services.…Find out more »