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Dr Sue’s Surgery: Transitions into Year One (Individual)

£7.50

In the second episode of Dr Sue’s Surgery (also the second in the ‘Transition’ series), Sue looks at Transitions into Year 1 – how to support children as they move from Reception to Year 1 – preparing them for the change, helping them to understand what to expect both emotionally and physically.

In this second episode of 'Dr Sue's Surgery' (also the second in the 'Transitions' series) Sue looks at Transitions into Year 1 - how to support children as they move from Reception to Year 1 – preparing them for the change, helping them to understand what to expect both emotionally and physically.

Sue discusses the importance of building on what has gone before and why a knowledge of stages of development is important; with links to the EYFS Statutory Framework, she demonstrates how the Key Stage One curriculum builds up on the Areas of Learning covers specific questions, built into the presentation, that were submitted by the participants in advance of the original live session.


What's included

  • The recorded presentation from the original live session
  • Downloadable copy of Sue's slides in two handy PDF formats (one with 3 slides per page with space to write notes and one with 2 slides per page for a closer view of the content)
  • Extensive handouts and useful links for further reading and studies
  • Reflective questions to focus your thinking on your own practice around this subject matter

 

Dr Sue's Surgery is a live monthly workshop where Sue covers various areas of practice. Participants are asked to submit questions prior to the session so that Sue can build this into her presentation. 

Please follow Sue on social media or check back here on the website for future sessions. 

 

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"Education must be based on research and reflection. Pedagogy must be underpinned by understanding of children and developmentally informed practice."

Dr Sue Allingham

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