Working with Parents for Outstanding EYFS2023-04-12T12:14:36+01:00
It is stressful being an early years provider, but spark will give you the control back, so all adults involved can strive for outstanding EYFS practice in order to get everything right, ultimately for every child at this time of rapid brain development.
It is stressful being an early years provider, but spark will give you the control back, so all adults involved can strive for outstanding EYFS practice in order to get everything right, ultimately for every child at this time of rapid brain development. 0203 390 2412
Recent feedback for this Working with Parents webinar:
“What sparked my thoughts is that parents should be settled in first before the kids. Kids feel the tension in their parent’s and can be sensitive towards that leading them to being unsettled in the nursery. I liked that it was thoroughly thought through and evidence based. Thank you for the webinar. It was indeed informative.” – Amara, June 2022
“Great learning especially in relating with parents better. Excellent wealth of knowledge of the facilitator” – John, June 2022
“I learned to be more conscious of my interactions with parents… [I liked] the open atmosphere created by Catherine.” – Fatima, June 2022
And, it’s just £10. Hit an orange button to book now.
LIVE DISCUSSION and Q&A with Catherine is on Monday 8th Mayat 7.00 pm UK time – PLEASE put this DATE IN YOUR DIARY now!
Your invite to the live session will arrive in your inbox as soon as you have watched the webinar recording.
Catherine has been involved in Early Years and education for 50 years; as a student, practitioner, team leader, trainer, assessor, manager, business owner of nurseries (‘outstanding’ and award-winning) and a small training company ‘registered’ with Cache. She has been a RgNI (Inspector with Ofsted) and a Quality Assurance Assessor (with the National Day Nurseries Association).
In her current roles, she often also acts as an advisor/coach/consultant in the UK and internationally, particularly across Asia.
Catherine understands situations from all perspectives-child, staff, parents, teams, management and also the necessity of how to make it all possible through successful systems for a thriving business. She is passionate and strives for high-quality early years education, where the child is at the centre of practice and there is an emphasis to “get everything right”.