A range of self-study opportunities created specifically for Childhood Studies students, all awarded RISE points
The aim of this intensive is to give you the knowledge to be able to support children’s early mathematical development and to be able to critically discuss the opportunities available for mathematics for children, from birth and consider the importance of laying these foundations upon success in later life.
Equality, Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging (EEDIB)- working with children and young people
For some people the words equality, diversity, and inclusion may feel complicated, and outside of our experience or understanding. This intensive will introduce you to the language surrounding equality, diversity, and inclusion, which we abbreviate to EDI to make it easy to use in your practice and life.
this Intensive will equip you with the knowledge of how to identify signs of abuse and will encourage you to explore other areas of safeguarding that you may not have previously considered, but that you may come across in your future careers.
Find out more about the reading process and how we can support young readers as they get to grips with written language. Explore the many benefits of reading to support personal as well as academic development.
Through this intensive, you will explore the journey from early identification through to compiling an effective Early Year Health Care Plan.
This intensive is specifically aimed at those who would like to know more about ‘Working in Partnership with Parents’; the context of legislation and underpinning theoretical concepts to develop their understanding of how to apply these notions in practice situations when working with children, young people and their families.