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A Positive Approach to Behaviour (INVITED ATTENDEES FROM NOAH'S ARK PRE-SCHOOL ONLY)
 
This course examines realistic expectations and appropriate responses to the range of children's behaviours in early years, out of school settings and the home environment. This course is written to support both new practitioners and those with little experience of supporting children with challenging behaviour. This includes Foster Carers, Family Support Practitioners and Kinship Carers as well as EYFS and OOSC practitioners. The course focuses on the way that adults act and react to children when dealing with 'behaviour'. It challenges adults to see 'behaviour' from a different perspective a ...
Course Code: E-POSNoahsArkIps
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Session 1Monday 11 February 201916:00 - 19:00In your settingNo info available
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Early Years Leadership and Management CPD event
 
We are delighted to be able to offer this fully subsidised cpd event, giving an opportunity for early years leaders and managers to network, be inspired and feel supported. With guidance from members of the SCC early years team, you will be encouraged to reflect on your processes for self evaluation, including supervision and quality assurance of staff and our Guest Speaker will share a valuable session on Supporting Staff Mental Health and Well-being. Refreshments will be available from 9am which will give you an opportunity to network. Please note only one place per setting will be availa ...
Course Code: E-LAMDAY1901
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Session 1Monday 11 February 201909.00 - 12.30Kesgrave War Memorial Community CentreClick here
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Triple P Seminar - A guide for professionals
 
A professional’s guide to understand how Triple P Seminar 'Power of Positive Parenting’ is an introduction to Triple P Programmes which follows a 90-minute power-point presentation with handouts that emphasises the importance of positive communication and demonstrates how parents/caregivers can build positive relationships with their child/ren. We know that parents and the home environment are the most important influence in children’s and young people’s development in the home environment. All Triple P programmes are backed by SCC and is recommended by the Department of Education & Heath ...
Course Code: PRN 19/012
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Session 1Monday 11 February 201914:00 - 16.00High Suffolk Children's Centre - DebenhamNo info available
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