Thank You

From: Ask CYPS <askcyps@bristol.gov.uk>
Sent: 16 December 2021 10:05
Subject: Thank You

Dear Colleagues, 

As we end the year and another challenging term, we would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your ongoing hard work and resilience in supporting our children and families. 

This year has been like no other and it is a shame to end it under increasingly difficult Covid circumstances. Once again, many children will have had disrupted school experiences and for many it is their wellbeing and emotional development that may have become a priority for support. With that in mind we would like to draw your attention to the CPD and support available from Bristol Early Years and the Bristol Early Years Teaching Hub for children’s emotional needs (below and attached). Also, please don’t forget to sign up yourselves and your reception teachers to the free CPD day on ‘Exploring the ELGs’ at Engineers House.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/exploring-the-eyfs-early-learning-goals-tickets-195875237107

 

Exploring the EYFS Early Learning Goals

A one day professional development opportunity for all teachers working in Reception classes in Bristol School (3 dates to choose from)

www.eventbrite.co.uk

As always, thank you for your strong leadership and thank you to your teams for their dedication and hard work. We hope you all manage to find time to relax over the Christmas break and take some time for your own wellbeing. We wish you all a lovely holiday a very happy and peaceful new year. 

With festive wishes 

The Early Years team 

https://beytc.co.uk/course/emotional-curriculum-and-the-environment/

 

Emotional Curriculum and the Environment – Bristol Early Years Teaching Hub – beytc.co.uk

This session will consider how the emotional needs of children can be supported by a learning environment that holds, listens, nurtures, and enables. We will explore structures, relationships, the key person approach and working with families to develop a pedagogy that is built on attachment led practice and a trauma informed approach. There will be […]

beytc.co.uk

https://beytc.co.uk/course/self-regulation-and-executive-functioning-supporting-childrens-emotional-and-cognitive-development-2/

 

Self-regulation and Executive Functioning: Supporting Children’s Emotional and Cognitive Development – Bristol Early Years Teaching Hub

Children thrive when they are able to manage and regulate thoughts, feelings, and behaviour. We will reflect on the impact of Positive Relationships and Enabling Environments and how they best support children to regulate and manage their emotions, feelings, and behaviour. We will consider how routines, strategies and language supports children to focus on tasks, […]

beytc.co.uk

https://beytc.co.uk/course/developing-a-loving-pedagogy-in-the-early-years-by-tamsin-grimmer/

 

Developing a Loving Pedagogy in the Early Years by Tamsin Grimmer – Bristol Early Years Teaching Hub

This course considers how to foster a loving pedagogy in our settings and how love fits within professional practice. We will explore what we mean by love and loving in the context of early childhood and consider what constitutes a loving pedagogy and how we can help children to feel loved in our settings.

beytc.co.uk

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Exploring ELGs flyer

Contacts

Deborah Brown - (General Enquries)
Dawn Butler - (General Enquiries)
Nicola Theobald - (General and Nursery School Enquiries)
Sharon McDonald - (Childminder Enquiries)