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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.
This one day course provides an introduction to ‘Safeguarding’ and explains the procedures to be followed ‘if you are worried a child in your care is at risk or is being abused’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 »
These 2 hour classes are ideal for parents to learn together with friends and family. They are interactive, confidence-building, and will provide plenty of opportunity to practice techniques and ask questions.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…Find out more »
This event is ideal for reflective practitioners seeking inspiration and eager to develop their practice in providing developmentally appropriate, exciting and inexpensive experiences to build children’s confidence and passion for writing inside and out.Find out more »
STEEPmeet – Early Years practice sharing event STEEPmeet is a free event for Early Years professionals interested in hearing about the practice going on in other settings. You will hear five presentations from EY colleagues, willing to talk about an aspect of the work they do; sharing areas of practice they feel positive about that has developed over time. If you are interested in sharing your work at one of our event please contact Nikki Oldhams Headteacher firstname.lastname@example.org We plan for each presentation to…Find out more »
This briefing outlines what is involved in embarking on a new career as a self-employed childminder including what training is required.Find out more »