The professional development event that starts with you.
Copthorne Tara Hotel, London Kensington
Saturday October 9th 2021
£147.00 £127.00 Per Person
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You will go away with the tools to develop a curriculum for physical development and the ability to create an environment that inspires and motivates everyone within it to be more active.
Through interactive sessions you’ll look at children’s experiences, attitudes and dispositions and ways to increase a child’s motivation.
oNE day event
This one-day, training event is perfect for you if you are in the early years sector. Led by two highly experienced leaders in their field who will provide you with the knowledge, skills and confidence to put physical development at the heart of what you do.
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The Early Years Specialist
Alison started her Independent Early Years Consultancy, in 2014 after a long career in Early Years. Qualifying as an NNEB in the early 80's she has held many EY roles. Including Private Nanny, Teaching Assistant, Childminder, Nursery Practitioner, Pre-School SEN Advisor, EYFS Lead and Early Years Development Officer for a Local Authority. Alison has a BA Hons and gained Early Years Professional Status in 2010. Alison mentors Early Years Initial Teacher Training students at the University of Brighton and the University of Sussex. Alison uses her mentoring skills to provide 1:1 support for owners and leaders, regular encouragement to senior teams and within her VIP Membership Club for Very Important Providers.
Action Amanda The Children’s Champion
Amanda Frolich is the award-winning CEO of Amanda’s Action Club, an innovative physical development concept teaching children and their parents how to be active and healthy from an early age.
Through classes, events, music, and campaigns, Amanda has spent the past 30 years educating families, caregivers, teachers, and policymakers about the need to make physical activity a priority in the early years.
In 2020, Amanda was invited to become Children’s First Champion in Parliament. She previously worked as a children’s fitness consultant on the government’s Change4Life program and has trained many large chains of nurseries on how to place importance on physical development.