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Hi all -

I've been asked to let you know about the schedule of courses at the Institute of Education over the next few months. The IoE is based in London, as are all the courses, so they're only relevant if you can make it to Londinium! Here are the details (for information on each one, click on the links to be taken to the relevant IoE page):


Early Years CPD courses


The Institute of Education offers one of the largest Early Years CPD programmes in the country. All our courses are led by the best Early Years consultants including Margaret Edgington, Julie Fisher, Anni McTavish and Penny Tassoni to name but a few. I would like to draw your attention to some upcoming courses which will be of interest to you and your colleagues:


Early Reading & Synthetic Phonics


Storytelling in the early years


Teaching in the foundation stage


Monitoring and Evaluating Practice in the Early Years Foundation Stage


Promoting positive behaviour in our youngest children


Musical letters and sounds: how to use songs, rhymes and musical activities to work Phase One of the letters and sounds document


Developing written calculations: towards standard methods


Listening to the youngest children and hearing what they have to say


Walkers, talkers & pretenders - a closer look at 2 year olds


The emergent writing journey: from mark making to writing


Annual Early Years Conference!


For full details of all our Early Years courses in the Summer term 2009: http://www.ioe.ac.uk/study/professionalDevelopment/117.html


Discounts available!


If you would like to make a multiple bookings for one or book a number colleagues on several courses, please contact Dean Huit for discuss possible discounts! d.huit@ioe.ac.uk

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I've looked at a few on their website and they all look to be in London - is that right - has anyone noticed any anywhere else?

That's where the Institute of Education has their headquarters, I believe.

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