Free training Events for early years and family learning Practitioners!

There are 2 opportunities coming up for early years practitioners to explore learning opportunities for young children and families in museums and galleries and to share good practice. Please see details below. Please note that these events are funded by Renaissance NW and are free – so book your places early!

These half day  sharing events and designed to provide opportunities for:

  • Networking with other EY  and FL practitioners and museum and gallery staff over lunch 12-12.50
  • Sharing best practice – through case studies presented by  early years practitioners
  • Exploring learning opportunities for young children on galleries in the museum or gallery where training event is held.
  • Museums and galleries being seen to be excellent places to help practitioners meet the EYFS ‘targets’

 Who is it for?

Early years practitioners in all settings – schools, private day nurseries, children’s centres, family learning practitioners and Museum and gallery staff.

Dates and Venues (NB the same session is being run twice):
Wednesday 27 January 2010 at Bolton Museum and Art Gallery

http://www.boltonmuseums.org.uk/visiting/find_bolton_museum/

 And repeated on
Wednesday 10 March 2010     at Manchester Museum
http://www.museum.manchester.ac.uk/yourvisit/travel/

 Please Email

Elaine.bates@manchester.ac.uk to reserve your place – bookings are on a first come basis

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