In the press: Childbase’s training programme receives royal approval

by Nov 6, 2019Alumni news

Childbase Partnership has received a Princess Royal Training Award for its bespoke programme ‘Teach to Reach’.

HRH Princess Anne and and June Sadler, Childbase apprenticeships manager
It is one of only 44 organisations and the only early years group to receive this award.

The ‘Teach to Reach’ programme, introduced in 2016, recognises the importance of the EYFS (Early Years Foundation Stage) establishing and judging minimum standards in the sector, but in addition celebrates the greater emphasis now being placed on wellbeing and the importance of communication and language skills for the very young.

The training is undertaken on INSET days in order to reach whole teams.

Read the full article on the daynurseries.co.uk website: https://www.daynurseries.co.uk/news/article.cfm/id/1617208/childbase-training-programme-royal-approval

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