Grove Hall Nursery Ltd is an independent private day nursery for children aged 5 month to 5 years old. The Principal is responsible for all aspects of the Nursery and delegates certain duties to members of the staff.
Tailored for childcare workers in Early years settings it includes: Come along and work your way through how the system operates to ensure accurate information is provided to ensure EYE funding payments are correct.
External Course details Aiming for Outstanding This event will provide experienced Early Years practitioners and leaders with the inspiration and direction to take their provision and practice closer to outstanding.
It will demonstrate how an enabling environment and the appropriate adult interactions can support children to become powerful learners and thinkers to enable them to make effective progress and reach their full potential.
Early Years practitioners and leaders will have the opportunity to reflect on their own assessment systems and consider if they are able to use the information to effectively track attainment and progress External Course details Allergy Awareness for childcare practitioners NDNA This online Allergy Awareness course, developed especially for the childcare sector, has been developed in partnership with The Safer Food Group.
The course incorporates the latest law changes on food allergens and food product labelling. It covers all the changes in the law and explains what childcare settings need to do to meet the new legal requirements.
The Food Information for Consumers Regulation law changed on the 13th December, with implications for childcare providers. All childcare providers in the UK who provide snacks and meals to children must be able to detail and prove what ingredients are in every single food dish they serve.
From this date, you must be able to answer any queries that parents may have regarding allergens and have all allergenic ingredients declared correctly for all the food served E-learning details An Introduction to Effective Teamwork Educare It is likely that any employee operates as part of one or multiple teams whilst carrying out their role, so outcomes are heavily dependent upon team performance.
This programme explores the different types of team and the stages of team development, as well as the roles individuals may take within a team. It also covers how to assess team performance and looks at the advantages and disadvantages of working with both large and small teams E-learning details Autism Awareness workshop 1 — understanding the Autism spectrum This course will support staff in gaining a better understanding of Autism and in implementing strategies to support and develop communication and interaction.
External Course details Autism Awareness workshop 2 — understanding Autism This course will support staff in gaining a better understanding of Autism and in implementing strategies to support children who have difficulty with anxiety and meltdowns, and who have sensory issues that affect their access to the EYFS External Course details Babbling Babies to Talking Toddlers Babbling babies do not turn into talkative toddlers by chance!
It will enable practitioners to reflect on the importance of positive parent partnerships and sensitive, high quality adult-child communication and interactions. It will provide practitioners with activities, songs and rhymes selected form the Growing Talk Licensed Programme designed to support the characteristics of effective learning and enhance early language learning for all children.
Reflective practice and learning will be supported by video observations External Course details Back to Basics: Each letter of the alphabet represents an aspect of care in relation to the document, and will be delivered in 6 practical key skills sessions. Students will be encouraged to; think critically, explore EYFS themes, link theory with practice and building confidence.
Each session will be facilitated by 2 experienced trainers allowing a more creative learning experience. Knowledge checks will be sought after each session ensuring aims and objectives are met effectively External Course details Behaviour Management: This course will involve practitioners being outdoors for parts of the day in all weathers - please dress accordingly, be prepared!
The result is a new course with a unique perspective on the barriers facing disabled children and how we can overcome these barriers in our childcare settings. The course promotes inclusion as embedded good practice from day one rather than as an afterthought and inspires settings to create inclusive opportunities for all their children both disabled and non-disabled.Pedagogy.
Pedagogy of the Oppressed (Portuguese: Pedagogia do Oprimido), written by educator Paulo Freire, proposes a pedagogy with a new relationship between teacher, student, and society.
It was first published in Portuguese in , and was translated by Myra Ramos into English and published in  The book is considered one of the foundational texts of critical pedagogy. Greetings, and a warm welcome to Grove Hall Nursery Ltd. We hope you find our website useful and will give you a flavour of life at the nursery.
This qualification is designed to enable you to become an Early Years Educator.
You will learn how to provide a safe, nurturing and supportive environment for children aged between during this important stage of their development. The constituent academies must appeal, in writing to the CEO, 10 working days from notification of a) their EPATCF contribution b) use of surplus funds (refer to section ).
The CEO will consider the appeal and notify the academy of their decision within 10 working days of receipt of the written appeal.
Published: Tue, 02 May Primary education is the first stage of compulsory schooling. The primary phase is split into key stages one and two.
Key-Stage one is orchestrated for children years of age. Published: Mon, 5 Dec From , child minders, nurseries, pre-schools and reception classes are required to pursue the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), and .