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Best Practice Guidance Workshop for Early Years Setting

Event code EYC 19/278 
Event description The workshop will provide an introduction to the new updated Early Years Best Practice Guidance (BPG) document. You will find-out how to use the document to ensure that young children can fully access and benefit from your provision at universal, targeted and personalised levels. The BPG document is for all early years practitioners and will enable the whole setting to become fully engaged with the expectations set out in the Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Code of Practice (2015) and Kent SEND processes.

This event is KCC Funded for PVI Settings within the Kent boundary

This training is being co-delivered with Early Years Specialist Teachers. 
Training objectives • To use the Best Practice Guidance document to reflect and evaluate current practice and to identify strategies that will enable practitioners to support young children’s learning and development needs.
• Learn how to use the Best Practice Guidance document to build a whole setting approach to inclusive practice.
• Understand how the Characteristics of Effective Learning underpin cognition and learning and the other broad areas of need.
Key stages
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Subject areas Equality and Inclusion
Target audience
Childminder - Eligible / Early Years Practitioner / Early Years Setting Manager / Foundation Stage Leader / Nursery Teacher / Playworker / SEN Co-ordinator
target audience
Qualification level
LALEHAM GAP SPECIALIST SCHOOL (I), Ozengell Place, Ramsgate, Kent, CT12 6FH map
Location Thanet
Training Provider The Education People - EYC Equality and Inclusion
Admin contact Victoria Parker (
Susan Denny / Jenny Jarvis
Part of SLA? Yes
Kent LA cost
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Number of credits 0
Funding information This event is KCC Funded for PVI Settings within the Kent boundary
Start date Tuesday 5 November 2019
Times 12:30 - 15:30
Number of sessions 1