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Bringing Learning to Life

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Diana Bath

on 4 December 2014

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Transcript of Bringing Learning to Life

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To your place on one of these courses email Sue Short
S.M.Short @greenwich.ac.uk
Beyond Children's Interests
3/12/14 6pm H217
Find out more about the Mosaic Approach with guest speakers Nefali Lamprinou and Sian Pickles as we explore why we need to become better listeners when developing the Early Years curriculum. Philosophy and practice inspired by Reggio Emilia will be shared.
How can natural materials help us to reconnect? With guest speakers Hayley Peacock, Paulina Bush and Rebecca Ross-Simmonds we explore outstanding practice inspired by the great outdoors.
Moving from Good to Outstanding
25/3/15 6pm H218
Back by popular demand

Ofsted Inspector Louise Atkins offers valuable advice on how to gain and maintain an Outstanding Ofsted inspection.
With guest speaker Justine Meldrum we invite you and your 'classroom pets' to explore the powerful connection children share with pets and animals. Participants can expect some hands on encounters with real life animals as we consider the positive impact animals can have on child development and in therapeutic education.
Greenwich University Early Years Network for Continuing Professional Development
2014-2015 Seminar Series
Bringing Learning to Life
Cooking on gas in the mud kitchen
12/2/15 6pm H217
Feeling that Animal Magic

6/5/15 6pm H113 £35
£35
£35
£35
Discounts for UoG students,
group and block bookings.
If you have an idea for a network session
that you would like to request or deliver please
email Diana Bath at d.bath@gre.ac.uk
All sessions take place at the Avery Hill Campus, Mansion Site, Honeycombe Building and are led by Diana Bath MA, MA, B Ed Cantab
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