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Coming Soon….

Learning Lady Training 

Come and join some Learning Lady training in  2016/17

Fun With Phonics
Wednesday 12th October, 9.30-3.30, Peterborough

A dynamic, synthetic phonics training course for Reception and Year 1 teachers which includes:
Heaps of inspirational ideas to take away
Top tips for planning and assessment
Trouble shooting and personal support
Demonstration footage using children in ‘live’ teaching situations
                    A copy of the BRAND NEW Learning Lady Resource:         Reboot Letters and Sounds

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Outstanding Lessons in the EYFS

Friday 6th January , 9.30-3.30, Peterborough
This course will help you to deliver outstanding practice in the EYFS, being especially useful for practitioners seeking to extend their practice from Good to Outstanding. The day will include:
A full analy

sis of the Ofsted Framework, with specific emphasis on the impact of inspection in the EYFS
Individual discussions with a real Ofsted Inspector
Lots of ideas, practical tips and trouble free solutions to take away

Opportunities to network, share ideas and reflect on own practice

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Pre-Phonics-Getting Them Ready for Ready Early
Thursday 23rd March, 9.30-3.30, Peterborough
With the emphasis on high expectations in phonics in our schools, it is more important than ever that our youngest children have well developed early phonic skills at the preschool stage. This inspirational pre-phonics training course will show you how!

Attendance on this course will undoubtedly impact on the teaching of pre-phonic skills in your school or setting, enabling children to tune in, remember and talk about sounds in readiness for the phonic work to come.

A VERY Practical course which goes way beyond Letters & Sounds
Heaps of inspirational ideas to take away
Top tips for planning and assessment
Trouble shooting and personal support

Places Are Limited On All Courses
Email The Learning Lady to get on the delegate list today : emma@learninglady.co.uk

The Learning Lady @ Nottinghamshire County Council 2016
Fun With Phonics
Pre-Phonics-Getting Them Ready for Reading Early
Creative Maths: Problem Solving in the EYFS

Visit: http://www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/cpdcourses?ShowAll=True

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Reboot Letters and Sounds!

Available This October!!!!!

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 Since the introduction of Letters and Sounds in 2007,  the impact of high quality phonic work has been noted by many practitioners, and the games introduced seven years ago are still being played enthusiastically .

But….. wouldn’t’ it be nice to play some new games? To take the four part teaching sequence outside or link it to the time of year? What if there could be minimal effort for maximum enjoyment and a breath of fresh air could be applied to those phonics sessions? Well now it can!!!

With years of experience of demonstrating, advising, improving, making and researching, The Learning Lady has collected together all of her best ideas in one place, just for you. Your class will love playing musical statues to apply their reading, joining in with ‘pass the bag’ to revisit and practise by playing the topsy turvy flower pot game! You can’t afford to miss it!

What’s The Problem?

Spring 2017

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Teaching children to solve mathematical problems and approach investigations can be full of light bulb moments, but very tricky too! It can be all too tempting to set the children off with a problem or investigation and ‘see how they get on’. Children need the skills of talking and thinking through how to approach a problem or investigation, and need the decision making process and possibility thinking to be carefully  modelled. They need lots of  practise through a range of non-threatening, real-life contexts which they can relate to over time. This resource will really help you to do all of this and much more!

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