Little Signers Club is offering the opportunity to be part of our leading Early Years programme that can help change young children’s lives for the better.
Recommendations from the Tickell review placed communication at the heart of the new EYFS (Early Years Foundation Stage) in 2012 and it is now more critical than ever that people working with young children can offer a range of services, especially those concerned with communication and inclusion.
Using signing, in conjunction with speech, is a simple but effective way to build language and communication skills inclusively as well as help even very young children to develop confidence that their needs can be understood, and met, quickly -not forgetting to mention that its huge fun too!
Our courses are packed with useful information, are fun, cost effective and expertly run.
WIN! WIN! WIN!
Little Signers Club Training for Your Early Years Setting!
Our comprehensive Introduction to Signing for Early Years Training for a group of up to 16 people, worth £595.00
Using our extensive expertise in signing, communication development, EYFS and teaching, Little Signers Club has put together a fun and informative session that will enable you to fully understand how signing can be of benefit to young children. You will be able to comprehensively introduce basic first signs at your workplace, setting, home or club from birth to 5 – enhancing communication experiences.
Who Can Enter:
- Children’s Centres
- Nannies / Nanny Agencies
- Charities supporting young families
- Any other Early Years (0-5 years) organisations who feel that it might be beneficial.
Parents may also nominate any person or organisation for entry.
Competition closes 15th March 2013 (midnight GMT). Only open within the United Kingdom (sorry..)
PRAISE FOR OUR TRAINING…
“It was clear that our Little Signers Club trainer is a consummate communicator and her extensive knowledge, passion and sense of purpose regarding the proven benefits to children of baby signing were both thought-provoking and truly inspiring. She was totally engaged with her audience throughout the session. We all (including those with decades of experience) learnt not only a profusion of signs, but also the reasons, supported by a raft of research evidence, as to their importance in augmenting young children’s communication skills.” Alexandra Enjily, The Old School Nursery, Oxforshire