Sound and Secure - Unpacking early phonics for 3 and 4 year olds (Full day webinar)

Event Code EYT 21/1697
Event Description This course is for practitioners working with 3 and 4 year olds in the pre-school sector. It is unsuitable at those working with under 3s.

This highly interactive and enjoyable Enable Children course is designed to support you in ensuring that playful approaches to phonics are woven naturally throughout everyday practice and to maximise the phonological progress of 3 and 4 year olds. Content will include interesting, low-cost games, rhymes and songs with minimum preparation and maximum impact.

There is a focus on specific elements that challenge many practitioners including when and how to introduce letter sounds, correct letter pronunciation and “sounding out” words as well as exploring the expectations of schools and parents as children approach their reception year (NB No previous knowledge of phonological concepts or terminology is required.)

This webinar is hosted on Microsoft Teams. You must have access to a computer or tablet, a stable internet connection and a web camera to participate. Mobile phones are not suitable due to the small screen.

The joining link will be emailed to you in the Gateway’s course place confirmation email. Please check your junk mail folder, if you cannot find it, please email early.years.training@westsussex.gov.uk.
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueRoom NameMapInternal LA costPVI/Care Provider costPartnership costExternal cost
Session 1Wednesday
16 June 2021
09:30 - 15:30Online LearningTBA£0£0£50
Subject areas Early Years
Target audience
Early Years
target audience
Course Owner Learning and Development Admin (learninganddevelopment@westsussex.gov.uk)
Trainers
Yvonne Au / Gail DuBock
tutors
Training objectives The aim of this course is as follows;

  • To provide a secure understanding of effective teaching of Phase 1 of the recommended Letters and Sounds programme.
  • To explore and embed the principles and practices which underpin children’s early phonological development.
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