This one day conference and exhibition is aimed at practitioners working in early years. We are pleased to introduce key note speaker and workshop presenter Cassandra Wye. Cassandra has traveled the globe as a teacher, trainer and performer in the art of storytelling. You will see her in action during the morning and have the opportunity to develop your own storytelling skills in a workshop with her in the afternoon. For more information about Cassandra click HERE.
Returning to conference by popular demand is Julie Pickthall who will provide an update on the EHCO project that was started here in Gosport.
Afternoon sessions are hands on opportunities for you to develop your skills as a practitioner and include:
Woodwork with children – carpenter and teacher of carpentry Tracy Wood will discuss the benefits and risk of using hand tools and wood with children. You will use tools to make something to take away and could replicate in your own setting.
Gardening with children – Andy Curtis – professional garden designer and graduate from the British Academy of Garden Design will show us how to develop and support children’s understanding of growing plants. Be prepared to get your hands in the soil. You might win a garden to take home with you! For more information about Andy click HERE
Making Science FUN – Dr Stephen Morris will lead us through some exciting experiments using a range of materials and producing chemical reactions. Stephen will explain to us how we can develop children’s interests and language through fun ideas that we could safely do in our own settings.
Creating fire with children – In this generation of “helicopter parenting” many children are not exposed to risks such as fire. Using the forest school approach you will learn how to light a fire and maintain safety around a fire with children, You will discuss and identify opportunities to promote learning and development using the fire.
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Autumn Term 2018
|Start of term||Monday 10th September|
|Open Evening 1||Tuesday 16th October. 5.30 pm – 8.30 pm|
|INSET Days (College closed)||Friday 19th October and Monday 29th October|
|Half term holiday||22nd – 26th October|
|Open Evening 2||Wednesday 14th November 5.30 – 8.30pm|
|End of term||Thursday 20th December|
|INSET Day (College closed)||Friday 21st December|
Spring Term 2019
|Start of term||Monday 7th January|
|Parent's Evening (Level 3 Year 2 and Level 2)||TBC|
|College closed to students (Area Inset Day)||Friday 25th January|
|Half term holiday||18th – 22nd February|
|Open Evening 3||Thursday 14th March 5.30 – 8.00 pm|
|End of term||Friday 5th April|
Summer Term 2019
|Start of term||Tuesday 23th April|
|May Bank Holiday||Monday 6th May|
|Parents' Evening (Level 3 Year 1)||TBC|
|Late May Bank Holiday||Monday 27th May|
|Half term||Tuesday 28th May – Friday 31st May|
|End of term||Tuesday 16th July|
|Publication of A-Level Exam Results||Thursday 15th August|
|Publication of GCSE Exam Results||Thursday 22nd August|
These are the important dates to remember when planning your future at college.
|St Vincent College prospectus available. Call 023 9258 8311 to reserve your copy or e-mail email@example.com with details of your postal address.
Open Evenings at colleges in the area. St Vincent Early Autumn Open Evening – Tuesday 16th October (5.30pm – 8.30pm)
|St Vincent Late Autumn Open Evening – 14th November (5.30pm – 8.30pm). If you haven’t done so already, you should now make your application to college.
An application form is included in this prospectus or you can do so online. You will be invited for interview. This is not a selection interview – we will help you put together a programme that is right for you. Even if you are not sure whether you want to go to college, apply anyway. The interview process is good experience.
|St Vincent Open Evening – 14th March (5.30 – 8.00 pm). If you haven’t applied yet, don’t panic! There is still plenty of time.|
|Introduction Day: If you have applied you will receive a letter inviting you to attend this day of ‘taster’ sessions. They are another chance to confirm your choices.|
|August 2019 GCSE Results. If your results were not what you expected, you can phone us or come in to discuss your worries. Whatever happens we will be able to help you to get on the right course for you.|
END OF AUGUST
|College Enrolment begins.You will meet your fellow students and get started on your career at college. It is important you make a smooth start so please ensure that you are back from your holidays by then.|