Sue is an Independent Early Years Consultant, Trainer & Author and formed Early Years Out of the Box in 2015 after a long career in Early Years. Sue’s expertise and passion for teaching and learning in the Early Years started with her classroom experience and Senior Lead role as Early Years Co-ordinator and Lead Teacher for her Local Authority. Moving into research Sue gained an MA followed by a Doctorate, both in Early Years Education from Sheffield University. Her career then developed from being a Lead Teacher to Local Authority Adviser. These achievements have enabled Sue to consolidate her thinking and practice; her work has a solid grounding in research.
This is the first in a new series of training webinars with Dr Sue Allingham where Sue will present a live training session followed by a Q & A / discussion.
Only the presentation/training section will be recorded and shared as a resource on the EY Matters Online Training and Resource Platform; we will look at organising further online Q & A / discussion sessions around the subject if required.
In her down-to-earth and pragmatic manner, Sue will work through the revised EYFS framework myth busting and reviewing all elements and focussing on the changes, supporting you to make them work for you whichever type of provision you work in across the sector. Sue will also draw in Ofsted’s documentation and policy to provide as comprehensive guide as possible.
Particularly suitable for Headteachers, Leaders, Managers, Subject Leads as we start the new school year with this new framework.
Included in this session:
- The opportunity to 'meet' Sue and discover ways of connecting with her
- Recorded presentation
- Copy of Presentation: A downloadable PDF document of Sue's slides with room for writing notes
- Additional resources linked to this presentation
On completion of the modules in this session and the submission of your reflection you will be awarded a certificate which you can download and save/print to evidence your participation as part of your Continuous Professional Development.