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FEML EYFS STARTING SCHOOL

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Course CodeCourse NameVenueDayStart TimeEnd TimeStart DateEnd Date  
23LB151PFEML EYFS STARTING SCHOOLLOUGHBOROUGH LIBRARYMon12:45 PM2:15 PM03/06/202417/06/2024Available for enrolmentsAvailable for Enquiries
23SN166PFEML EYFS Starting SchoolCOALVILLE LIBRARYMon12:30 PM2:00 PM10/06/202424/06/2024Available for enrolmentsAvailable for Enquiries

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01. Who is this course for?
You will learn about EYFS, Phonics, Maths and social and emotional skills to support your children in their learning journey. Also you will learn about the world of early years education and learn how your children are learning through play so you can support them at home. We will teach you valuable skills that will help you and your child settle into the first term at primary school. The Learning Outcomes: Identify ways to help their child to be independent and confident when starting school – dressing, lunch time, routines, self care? Recognise how to support physical development for gross and fine motor skills.? How to support early writing skills – mark making? Recognise the areas of learning in the EYFS and identify ways to support the areas of learning through play at home, specifically promoting literacy (phonics)? and numeracy (early number skills)? Identify importance of being able to recognise and talk about emotions for their children, socialising, making friends, being resilient.

03. How will I learn?
You are assessed in the classroom by the tutor and by your own self – assessment of topics. You will be asked to complete an Individual learning Plan and keep a diary where you can comment upon the topics you have learned; the progress you feel you’ve made and record any activities you have tried with your child. Your tutor will feedback to you regularly and may suggest some activities or resources that are appropriate for your child’s ability. So that you can be successful in completing the course we do require that you try not to miss any sessions – talk to your tutor about individual catch ups. You are expected to attend 90% of the course.

05. What skills or experience do I need?
There are no formal entry requirements for Family Learning. You do not need any previous experience, knowledge or skills to enrol on this course; just an interest in finding out about how children learn and how you can encourage and support them.

08. How will I be supported in my learning?
Once you start, if you have further queries and/or support needs, please talk to the tutor. We also offer support to help people with learning difficulties and/or disabilities. If you have a disability, learning difficulty, health problem or mental health difficulty that may affect your learning or participation, please contact us for further advice.

For More Information And How To Enrol
If you need more information, want to discuss levels and course content, or wish to enrol, you can call into our local centres, call our Enrolment Team, or for some courses, you can enrol online. If you need help with your choice of learning, training, career, work and life goals, please book an appointment with one of our Learning and Work Advisors who can provide free, 1:1, impartial advice. Call our Freephone 0800 988 0308

  
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