Foundation Phase Network Events2019-12-10T12:12:50+00:00

Foundation Phase Network Events

Resources

Early Years Wales is funded by Welsh Government to host a series of events promoting Hwb and showcasing examples of excellence in the Foundation Phase.

These events are open to all settings (not just Early years Wales members) in the non-maintained sector who deliver the Foundation Phase curriculum or are interested in its principles.

On this page attendees will find a wealth of useful resources that have been developed to compliment each event.

October 2019 – Powys

Explore the Foundation Phase Excellence Network – see how Hwb can be used to engage and share resources and ideas

Guest speakerDawn Jones University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD) Stories, Rhymes and Maths – embedding the Curriculum for Wales 2022 in Early Years Education

Workshops – led by Outdoor Learning Wales, Kin Nature Kindergarten and the University of Wales Trinity Saint David Early Years Department exploring how the Curriculum for Wales 2022 can be embedded into Early Years practice

Useful resources:

Foundation Phase Excellence Network

Stories, Rhymes and Maths – embedding the Curriculum for Wales 2022 in Early Years Education

Outdoor Learning Wales

February 2020 – Denbighshire

Creative Practitioners Nurture Creative Learners

Do you find creativity and risk-taking liberating and exciting or incredibly daunting and challenging?

Nia Richards from the Arts Council of Wales Lead Creative Schools Scheme, with support from Foundation Phase teachers, will be speaking and delivering workshops on developing creativity.

Hannah Chivers Welsh Government ‘Hwb, the FPEN zone and developments with the Curriculum for Wales 2022′

Plus, a copy of ‘Geiriau Diflanedig (‘The Lost Words’) by Robert Macfarlane and Jackie Morris for every delegate.

To book your place, visit our Eventbrite page here.

 

Useful resources:

Creative Practitioners Nurture Creative Learners

  • smalltalk magazine (winter 2019 ed): Creative practitioners nurture creative learners 

‘Hwb, the FPEN zone and developments with the Curriculum for Wales 2022′

March 2020 – Bridgend

Guest Speaker – Pavla Boulton, University of South Wales (USW) – ‘The Lost Words Project…Exploring the New Curriculum’

Guest Speaker – Hannah Chivers Welsh Government ‘Hwb, the FPEN zone and developments with the Curriculum for Wales 2022′

Workshops – led by Kin Kindergarten ‘Documenting Outdoor Learning’

Booktrust Cymru ‘Pori Drwy Stori’ and USW ‘The Lost Words Project’

Plus, a copy of ‘Geiriau Diflanedig’ (‘The Lost Words’) by Robert Macfarlane and Jackie Morris for every delegate.

To book your place, visit our Eventbrite page here.

 

Useful resources:

‘The Lost Words Project…Exploring the New Curriculum’

‘Hwb, the FPEN zone and developments with the Curriculum for Wales 2022′

‘Pori Drwy Stori’

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