Child Development

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Child Development

Programme Overview

To Understand how the Brain is Formed and how Connections are Made
Delivery Model Face to Face
What is Included
  • Certificate of attendance.
  • Course material (if applicable)
  • AED 1980 per delegate plus 5% VAT
  • If you would like bespoke in-school training, please contact Rebecca ( for more information.
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Time (UAE) Thursday: 8:30am to 3:30pm
Friday: 8:30am to 12pm 
Platform Face to Face

Target audience

All EYFS & KS1 

Aims of the course
  • To explore the stages of development
  • To understand the brain is formed and how connections are made
  • To learn how high-quality education and care influences rapid and sustained progress
  • To look closely at key theorists of child development and how they influence your practice
  • To explore how the environment is key to enhancing the care education and learning for all children
Intended outcomes
  • Recognise how the brain is formed and how you can influence practice
  • Understand how child development theorists influence how a child grows and understands the world 
  • Have identified ways to improve the provision I make for children, and be motivated to take action

Beth Harris

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Beth is a successful school improvement leader who specialises in Early Years (0-5 years) and KS1 (5-7years). She has developed a process of instant improvement that empowers teachers and provides rapid and sustained progress for children. Her main specialism is the support, training, consultancy and parental support. Beth currently works as an Independent Executive head/ Consultant providing specialist support to failing schools. She has just completed a Founding Principal at Harrow Little Lions Zhuhai. This saw the design, recruitment and operation of a new school. Currently, Beth also provides training as a consultant of Incyte International Ltd.


Programme details:

This training course considers the various recognised theorists approaches towards child development and considers the importance of care and learning on the long-term development of young children and how to identify possible indicators of accelerated challenged or delayed development, with ideas of how to support this.

This training course identifies how a child develops and the influences that strengthen and hinder their progress.) The course will explore how to support and strengthen the resilience of children and young people, encouraging them to be aware of their own learning, to take risks and to challenge their decisions.


Day One  
08:45 Registration and refreshments.
09:00 Course introduction aims and outcomes
10:30 Coffee Break.
11:00 Discovery of the brain theory and practical activities
13:00 Lunch Break.
14:00 Links  to EYFS and investigation of how learning is determined
15:30 Finish.


Day Two  
08:45 Registration and refreshments.
09:00 Reflection and impact so far
10:30 Coffee Break.
11:00 Into practice
13:00 Lunch Break.
14:00 How this can be transferred into teaching and the environment
15:30 Finish.
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