Supporting children's development

Updated Tuesday, 19th July 2016
This course will help you develop a deeper understanding of children's development from the ages of 0-17 years.

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Supporting children’s development will be of particular interest to Teaching Assistants and other support staff in schools, as well as parents. It will help you to develop a deeper understanding of children's development from early years up to the age of 17. You will focus on topics including the development and management of relationships, encouraging reading, behavioural management, special educational needs and the importance of reflective practice.

If you are interested in studying this course, visit the course website here.

This course is one of six free online courses that are produced in collaboration with the Social Partnerships Network. On completion of the course, you will receive a number of digital badges that you can display on your social media profiles. To check out other free courses in this collection, please visit the Social Partnerships Network badged open courses portal


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