This regional conference looks to demystify and unpack the concept of creativity, looking at what it means in practice, and its value for those working with children. It will explore ways to help extend children’s thinking and learning, maximising their creative exploration of resources and the world around them, and examine the vital role of the adult in supporting this process within delegates’ professional contexts.
Through a series of keynotes and workshops, this conference will engage with both the theory and practical elements surrounding creativity, to help encourage best practice in early education and raise outcomes for children.
Speakers & workshop leaders: Pete Moorhouse, Anni McTavish, Debi Keyte-Hartland
Yard Explorers twilight sessions, aimed at Foundation & Key Stage 1
The outdoor environment offers wonderful opportunities to capture children’s imaginations through simple games and targeted explorations. All the activities are adaptable to your setting and guidance handouts are included.
Outdoor Artists, June 5, 4-6pm
Outdoor Art is sooooo exciting! You can make BIGGER and MESSIER creations than anywhere inside. This workshop will introduce a range of arty experiences using both natural materials (many available on site) as well as the more conventional ones, all used in a different way to indoors. Come dressed appropriately…!
Cost: £45 per person including handouts and certificate.
To book or if you have any questions, call: 07952717984 or email: email@example.com
About Yard Explorers
Yard Explorers is run by Jane Wratten, a primary teacher and landscape designer with a particular interest in developing and using outdoor spaces for creative play and learning.
Post qualifying training for Play Therapists, Counsellors and Psychotherapists.
This two-day training will provide you with the tools you need to extend your therapeutic practice to include indoor and outdoor sessions.
Landplay training ensures the practitioner is confident in providing safe and boundaried therapeutic play space in a natural outdoor environment. It encourages practitioners to incorporate a simplified tool kit with a focus on more natural materials.
Those participating in the training need to have studied Person Centred Counselling and be a qualified child and/or adult counsellor and/or need to have trained in Jungian or Person centred approach and have a post graduate qualification.