Supporting Positive Behaviour with Young Children with Ellie Collar

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Supporting Positive Behaviour with Young Children with Ellie Collar

6 Wimborne Crescent, Westcroft, Milton Keynes MK4 4DE, UK

Wednesday, 9.30 AM to 12.30 PM
November 3, 2021

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Acorn Early Years

01908 510 309

training@acornearlyyears.org.uk

https://acornearlyyearsfoundation.eu.rit.org.uk/book-training

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Supporting Positive Behaviour with Young Children with Ellie Collar

6 Wimborne Crescent, Westcroft, Milton Keynes MK4 4DE, UK

Wednesday, 9.30 AM to 12.30 PM
November 3, 2021

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Supporting positive behaviour in the early years is a different challenge to supporting behaviour at any other age. Why? Because in early years we are working with a brain going through the most intense and rapid development period of its life! Early years professionals are also often the first with families to identify when a child may be experiencing a developmental delay or the early indicators of SEND, which often emerges through the communication of behaviour.

Find out how different levels of the brain develop at different ages and stages, and how those levels relate to the developing physical, communicative, emotional and cognitive skills that promote positive relationships and behaviour for young children. Develop your confidence in knowing when a child may need specific support or differentiation to be able to succeed. Most importantly, try out some new ways to observe your child and their experience from a developmental perspective to be able to give them the best support.

By the end of this course you should be able to:

  • Know the key stages of development of the brain in the first four years, and how each stage grows specific skills and readiness for positive behaviour.
  • Know how to differentiate your support to meet your child’s developmental stage of need whatever their age.
  • Understand how lower brain maturity and physical development play a powerful part in confident, happy children who can easily regulate themselves, and know some ways to play to strengthen lower brain skills for children who need support.
  • Understand how human brains react under stress and how this can guide you in finding more effective ways to support a child, particularly children experiencing trauma, adverse childhood events and anxiety.
  • Know how to analyse an ABC chart in greater depth to find the patterns and clues that may help you plan more effectively to support a child whose emotional, social and regulation skills are not developing as expected.
  • Know how to recognise signs of escalation and create a whole team approach to support your child to de escalate, to manage their feelings, and to help them learn to communicate their needs and use these strategies themselves.
  • Understand how to use these insights to support children who have a harder than usual time in coping with overwhelm, sensory stress, impulse control skills, physical regulation, recognising their internal state, and children with neurodiversity including Autism, ADHD, anxiety and sensory processing differences.

This course will be held on the 3rd of November.


Fees and booking

This course costs £30.
For more information and to book please see Website Link.

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