Wed, Nov 07 | Kirkbampton C Of E School

NurseryNook Loose parts exhibition: Early Years training

Learn all about what the theory of loose parts play is and how you can set this up in your Early Years provision. Learn how to support your children to develop their play and to maintain this provision.
Registration is Closed

Time & Location

Nov 07, 2018, 3:45 PM – 5:30 PM
Kirkbampton C Of E School, Kirkbampton, Carlisle CA5 6HX, UK

About The Event

Learn all about what the theory of loose parts play is and how you can set this up in your Early Years provision. Learn how to support your children to develop their play and to maintain this provision.

Delegates will learn:

* What loose parts is and where it came from.

* What the benefits of loose parts play are.

* How to introduce loose parts into a setting.

* How to source and replace items in a loose parts provision.

* Keeping everyone safe.

All delegates can receive a training certificate (via email) for this event.

This exhibition showcases examples of loose parts that can be introduced in settings no matter what your style or size. All delegates leave with a goody bag to get them started on their loose parts journey.

This training is designed for those new to or those who have recently discovered loose parts. Whilst this will be supportive of those who have already established Loose parts, some aspects may be familiar.

Please note a minimum of 15 delegates are required for this event. This event may be cancelled 48 hours before if insufficient tickets are sold.

This exhibition is hosted by Kirkbampton Primary School and is delivered by James from NurseryNook training and consultancy.

Please contact james@nurserynook.co.uk with any queries or if you would like to host your own event.

Settings can pay by invoice, email to arrange.

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