Stronger Practice Hub (SPH) Conference and Events

Stronger Practice Hub Early Years Conference, Baby network & Childminder events, Open Day, CPD and more……. 

It has taken us a little time to find our feet. Our Bristol Early Years Teaching Hub (BEYTH) continues, but now with new pages dedicated to SPH activities. Information about our EEF programmes and upcoming events are now online and bookable. All SPH activities are FREE. 

Please take a look at our webpages here. 

You can also download our Poster of Upcoming Events 

This term our activities focus on SEND and the unique child as well as specific events to support childminders and those new practitioners working with babies.

 SPH Conference – Meeting the needs of the unique child in the EYFS, with a spotlight on neurodiversity.

Saturday 8th July, 9.30am – 3pm

With keynote speaker Kerry Murphy, and supported by Abi Miranda from the Anna Freud charity and Andrew Ryder from The Owl Centre. There will also be conversations around how the SPH can support you, time to network and start building our communities of practice.

New to Working with Babies Bundles: 

Face to Face: Friday 23rd June 9:00am – 2:30pm and Monday 10th July 2:00pm – 4:00pm 

OR Online: Wednesday 26th July, 6:00pm – 9:00pm and Thursday 24th August, 6:00pm – 9:00pm 

Are you new to working with babies? Have you moved to a baby room recently after working with a different age group? Would you like to work with babies? Then this course is for you!

Emotion Coaching to Support Self-Regulation (For Childminders): 

27th June, 7-9pm online 

This session will help you to support children and young people to understand the different emotions they experience, why they occur and how to handle them.

Open Study Day at Redcliffe Nursery – Focus on integrated inclusive practice, through a SEND lens: 

28th June, 8.30 – 4pm 

Explore how we promote a strengths led, child and family centred ethos for children with support needs at Redcliffe Nursery. There will be plenty of time to discuss, question and challenge. 

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Conquering the 3 I’s: Intent, Implementation and Impact in the EYs 

Face to Face Training on 19th June, 9.30 – 4.30pm 

What does curriculum and assessment look like in the EYs?  

This session will explore what we mean by curriculum in the early years and how we can ensure that it is responsive to the unique needs of the children. We will understand how intent, implementation and impact links to our thinking about curriculum. We will understand more about a curriculum that is not delivered but is lived and experienced by our youngest learners.

We will consider how to develop confidence in articulating our intent, implementation and impact. This session will explore “telling the story” and what’s behind a child’s learning and how we describe what we notice about their learning as part of our ongoing assessment practice.

Please note: This one is BEYTH Training so is charged.  

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BLOG: How Covid has changed our children – Leaning into discomfort and why curiosity matters, by Erin Blessitt.

” Dr. Suzanne Zeedyk’s recent session for BEYTH was, at points, upsetting, unsettling and difficult to listen to, and it was some of the most important CPD I have attended…. Suzanne held our hands as we rode a rollercoaster of emotion, leaving us feeling slightly stunned but hopeful and empowered too.”

Erin has written a wonderful blog and we invite you to read more!

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