Exemplary Practice with Three to Five-Year-Olds – online course

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Discover advanced strategies for pre-school room practitioners with NDNA’s Exemplary Practice with Three to Five-Year-Olds early years online course.


What will I learn?

The pre-school room has the largest age range in the nursery with three-, four- and sometimes even five-year-olds. As practitioners you need to have a firm understanding of the stages of development each child is progressing through and how to support them. Your relationships with the three to five-year-olds are completely different to those with younger children. With this age range, the practitioner’s role has changed to more of an “enabler”.

NDNA’s “Exemplary Practice” series of short online courses provide practitioners with advanced activities, strategies and theories to use in their settings. Learners taking our three to five-year-olds course will be able to provide the highest and most exemplary practice to the children in their care.

    Key topics:

  • The Unique Child
  • Positive Relationships
  • Cultural Capital
  • Exemplary Enabling Environments
  • Teaching and Learning Indoors and Outdoors
  • Also – Adult Play, Scaffolding, the Zone of Proximal Development and Top tips for Consulting with Children

The course provides support activities to use with the children along with action plan templates.

Preview this online course here

Duration: 2-3 hours

Access this course from as little as £5 with our Online Training Bundles

Important information

After purchasing this course, you will receive a separate email within 1 working day containing your enrolment key and instructions for accessing the course.

Enrolment keys provided by NDNA are intended for single, individual use in conjunction with a valid NDNA Development Zone account. The enrolment period for online courses is 180 days from first use. Keys are non-transferable once purchased and no refunds can be given once the key has been used to access a course.