Support with 'challenging behaviour' at the Nursery World Show 2016
Thursday, November 19, 2015
Leading expert Kay Mathieson will be providing advice on this hot topic in a one-hour seminar on Friday 5 February.
‘Challenging’ behaviour: causes and positive responses will help you gain a better understanding of 'challenging' behaviour and how to support children's learning about behaviour, including engaging parents positively in the process.
Kay Mathieson is an early years consultant, trainer and author, who is particularly interested in exploring what life is like in our early years settings for two-year-olds and the way in which children with additional needs and their families are included effectively. Her books include Inclusion in the EYFS, I am two! Working Effectively with two year olds and their families, and Understanding Young Children's Behaviour.
Her work in early years and primary settings since 1981 has included supporting children with additional needs, especially behaviour, and their families. She led the Early Years Inclusion Team in a London Borough for six years, which involved supporting PVI settings to develop more inclusive practice. She also worked part time the National Strategies team.
With an inspirational mix of 20 hour-long seminars and two half-day masterclasses to choose from, and speakers including Michael Rosen, Penny Tassoni and Alice Sharp amongst others, the seminar and masterclass programme at the Nursery World Show is designed to provide attendees with an amazing opportunity to hear from a number of world-renowned early years experts.
Nursery World's editorial team have compiled an educational, informative and engaging programme that will help you get to grips with the latest sector developments, enhance your practice and enable you to return to your settings inspired by new ideas to roll out straightaway.
Have a look at the programme below to familiarise yourself with who's speaking and what's on offer, then register to attend and book your places today. You can also download a pdf of the programme by clicking here.