Our latest Play and Learning Into Practice (PLiP) course has come to an end. Over the last 6 weeks participants have covered a great deal including learning about child development and health, principal factors affecting child development, the importance of play, components of a high quality Early Learning and Childcare environment, adult interactions to support children’s and much much more!
Together with workshops including books and story telling, woodwork, transient art, cookery, puppets, drama, physical play and more there was plenty of hands on learning. Our participants have indicated that they now feel they have increased knowledge, confidence and a wealth of ideas to take back to implement and enhance quality for children in their settings and enjoyed the fun interactive learning process!
The photo below summarises just a few of their thoughts:
The next PLiP course runs over 6 Fridays from the 1st September until the 6th October in Pulteneytown People’s Project in Wick and is free to Highland Council practitioners. If you feel this course would benefit you or a member of your team please get in contact with Gail in our Inverness office for further information and details of how to book.
Learn more about our upcoming PLiP training in this blog post.
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