Aims and objectives

Provision can be an exceptional tool for developing the skills of children in Early Years settings, however in so many cases this ‘third teacher’ falls short. This could be for many reasons including ‘style over substance’ where provision looks the part, but isn’t purposeful or provision is not built to reflect the current needs of the children in the setting.

The aim of this training is to develop provision which reflects the needs and interests of children whilst staying true to the ethos of the school or setting.

By the end of the session, delegates will learn:

  • The resources we should be providing and how to critically analyse these resources
  • How to develop children’s sense of ownership
  • How to display resources in a way that is developmentally appropriate
  • How to develop language, challenge, and curiosity
  • How to make learning clear to those around you
  • The role of the adult in the provision

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Aimed at

Early Education practitioners

Date and time

Monday 13 February, 6.45pm-9pm


James Tunnell 

£20 (Course cost subsided by the Early Years’ Service to encourage participation and improve skills and knowledge across the workforce)
Delivery method
Willenhall Education, Employment and Training Centre, 239 Robin Hood Road, Coventry, CV3 3AN. (Free parking)