January 26, 2018
Time: 9.30am - 3.30pm
Venue: Endike Academy, Endike Lane, Hull HU6 7UR
Cost: £80+VAT per person, 2-3 delegates £70+VAT per person, 4+ delegates £60+VAT per person
Summary of the training:
This training is being delivered by Elaine Bennett, founder of Keeping Early Years Unique (KEYU).
Delegates will have opportunities to:
• Consider and explore research related to parental involvement in mathematical learning
• Reflect on the involvements of parents within their own settings
• Consider simple and practical ways to develop links with home to promote mathematical learning
This training is appropriate for both EY teachers and practitioners in schools and settings.
Places are limited and are first come first served.
Please complete the booking form attached to the bottom of our Training & CPD page, and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the trainer:
Elaine is an experienced EYFS and KS1 practitioner, currently teaching in Southend, Essex. She has also worked as an EYFS adviser at Southend On Sea LA, where her particular focus was raising the profile of maths in the Early Years and into KS1.
Elaine is the co-author of the popular Storybook Maths Series and Everyday Maths Through Everyday Provision and The Building Blocks Of Maths. She has written a series of articles focussing on promoting creative approaches to maths. As a consultant Elaine worked with schools and settings, led courses, INSET and also delivered keynote speeches and workshops at conferences.
Elaine is passionate and about making maths real, exciting, inspiring and accessible for all children and the adults that support them.
Elaine recently revised the popular booklet More than Numbers.
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Engaging parents in children's mathematical learning - January 26, 2018