Date: 12th October 2018
Location: Holiday In Express, Trafford City, 2 Mercury Way, Stretford, Manchester M41 7PA
Workshop Tutors: Tonya Meers & Natasha Dennis
Ticket Cost: £35.00 (Book Now)
This is a practical interactive workshop for early years practitioners to look at how stories, props and storytelling techniques can be used to identify safeguarding issues and help you decide if you need to initiate your setting’s safeguarding procedures. Gain practical advice on how to recognise safeguarding issues and walk away with lots of fresh ideas to use straight away.
- How to use stories and props to identify safeguarding issues
- How to use stories proactively to discuss safeguarding topics
- How to get a child to open up and talk to you
- How to spot if something needs further exploration
- Practise using stories and props to help with possible scenarios
- How to decide if you need to initiate your setting’s safeguarding procedures
Who Should Attend?
This workshop is ideal for early years practitioners, reception teachers, primary teachers, childminders and safeguarding leaders for nurseries and primary schools.
Attendance certificate awarded.
Refreshments will be provided free of charge. For those attending both sessions, there is the opportunity to purchase lunch onsite from the Holiday Inn’s restaurant.
If you are a school or nursery looking to pay by invoice, please contact us directly to book your tickets via email at email@example.com or by telephone at 0161 865 3355.
About the Tutors
Little Creative Days: Tonya Meers & Natasha Dennis
Tonya and Natasha, the storytelling sisters, are authors of a series of books about a little dog called Pojo who gets itchy paws and goes off on adventures.
They have won multiple awards for their puppet making kits that accompany the stories including Teach Early Years Excellence award for Communication and Language Resource.
As well as working with us at EYR they also run workshops for local authorities on how to use stories and creative activities to improve communication in early years as well as running literacy workshops in schools across the country.