An introduction to celebrating cultural diversity in the Early Years
Wednesday 3rd May, 2017, 9.30am - 3.30pm
An excellent training opportunity for your Equalities Named Co-ordinator and all Early Years practitioners
This course will help staff to reflect on the meaning and implications for practice of the government guidance to promote the 'fundamental British values' of 'mutual respect and tolerance towards those of difference faiths and beliefs....'
"I worked for EMTAS for 3 years as a trainer/consultant – and I learnt so much today!" (Course participant, 2014)
Aims of course:
a. To explore what we mean by 'cultural diversity'
b. To try out a variety of practical activities which can be used across the curriculum in Early Years settings to help children to:
• see themselves and others as special;
• enjoy learning about one another's lives and the wider world that we live in;
• begin to appreciate similarities and differences.
c. To explore a range of teaching materials including packs, posters and books for children which can be used to enhance work on cultural diversity and race equality.
d. To see how this work relates to the government guidance to promote 'fundamental British values.'
Venue: Scotia Works, Leadmill Road, Sheffield, S1 4SE (Use 'How to find us' tab for directions)
Cost: £85 (£65 for EY Settings & DECSY School Members) (includes buffet lunch & light refreshments)
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