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Mark Making to Writing Journey | E-learning

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Course Description

This E-learning course is designed to support early years practitioners to use the Mark Making to Writing Journey resource to guide children in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) to develop the physical skills needed to become confident writers and ultimately improve writing outcomes.

To participate fully in this training, it is essential that you have a copy of the Mark Making to Writing Journey resource to use whilst watching this session.  If you do not currently have a copy in your school/setting, please email StartWellBookings@bolton.gov.uk to arrange to collect your free copy.

What will I learn?

During this course, we will:

  • Become familiar with Bolton's Mark Making to Writing Journey guidance material; and
  • Review the Mark Making to Writing Journey milestones for each band of development from birth to 60 months.

 

Delivered by: Bolton Start Well Service, Quality and Outcomes Team

 

Who is this workshop for?

This E-learning course is aimed at all practitioners working in an early years setting with children under five years of age.

Booking Arrangements

Please complete the booking online section above.  When registration is complete, a welcome email will be issued and you can then access the E-learning platform here.

If you already have access to the E-learning platform, please email StartWellBookings@bolton.gov.uk to have this course added to your training record.

E-mail StartWellBookings@bolton.gov.uk if you need assistance when booking online or accessing this E-learning course.

Course Delivery

Once enrolled, you can complete this E-learning course anytime, at your own pace.  Please allow up to 2½ hours in total to complete the full course.

On completion of this course, a certificate will be issued automatically.

E-mail: StartWellBookings@bolton.gov.uk if you need assistance with this course or have any issues whilst accessing the E-learning platform.