Foundation Phase Excellence Network Event

Funded by the Welsh Government and delivered by NDNA.

Friday 12th February 2021

13:00 - 16:00 - via Zoom Webinars 

The aim of the Foundation Phase Excellence Network is to support the development and embedding of effective Foundation Phase pedagogy across Wales for improved practice and experiences for children, as part of a self-sustaining, self-improving education system. It identifies, promotes and supports evidence-based pedagogical development, supports education leadership and understanding of what constitutes effective practice in the Foundation Phase.

Please note - an order confirmation will be sent on completion of the booking process, to the email address the participant has registered with NDNA. Access details for the webinar will then follow on the day of the event, to the same email address. 

    Dr Glenda Tinney BSc, PGCE, MA, PhD
Senior Lecturer- University of Wales, Trinity Saint David

Well-being in the outdoors 

In 2007 I was appointed within the School of Early Childhood where I have been able to link my interest in sustainability and wellbeing with young children’s experiences of Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship (ESDGC) in Wales. I have a level 3 Forest School Leader qualification which supports my work with children and adults in the outdoors.
 
 
    Kevin Davies
HMI, Estyn - The education and training inspectorate for Wales

Response, support and planning ahead during the Coronavirus pandemic

Our vision is to improve the quality of education and training and outcomes for all learners in Wales. Our mission is to support education and training providers to develop a self-improving and learning culture through our advice, inspection and capacity building.
 
 
    Claire Butler
Speech and Language Therapist, Advanced Practitioner for Early Years

Supporting language acquisition alongside disruptions to learning
 
We work closely with parents, carers, teachers and early years’ practitioners. We support to develop communication skills, develop, prepare and maintain therapeutic materials, work with children on a one-to-one basis and support and facilitate group therapy activities.
 
 
    Shana Laffy
Well-being Consultant & Trainer- Engage Early Years

Supporting well-being of staff, children and families during Coronavirus

Shana is an education consultant and trainer with over 18 years’ experience working with children and families. Shana is a qualified teacher who specialises in Early Years, well-being and quality improvement support. Engage Early Years was founded by Shana Laffy in 2016 to empower Early Years settings, schools, childminders and organisations, to reflect on their everyday practice and offer the best quality care and education in a holistic way. 
 
 
    NDNA Cymru Member settings

Effective Practice Sharing
 
 - Developing quality outdoor provision and experiences for children. 
 - Effective partnership between schools and settings in practice.
 
 

When
12/02/2021 - 12/02/2021

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