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405798 (DVD)
405798 (DVD)
Age Focus: 3-4
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Gain a deep understanding of what children are learning through play

The insightful narrative and attentive filming thoroughly explores how, through careful observation of children at play, you can gain a deeper understanding of their interests and how they learn best.

Filmed over a whole year, this documentary follows a 3-year-old boy called Seb, busy playing in a wide variety of settings – on his own, with his mum, in a group and with a friend enjoying indoor and outdoor play around his home and at nursery. As we follow him over the year, you are able to gain a real insight into his leaps in development and how best to support this.

Each chapter explores how all of Seb’s playful activity involves many aspects of the characteristics of effective learning. So becomes clear and easy to relate to how both his attitude towards learning and all of his areas of development are supported by his rich play experiences. We look at how you can apply this to the EYFS in a straightforward and easy to understand way.

How can I use this video?
  • Real examples clearly illustrate theories producing engaging and memorable learning
  • Compliments in house training, 1-2-1 supervision training and CPD
  • Chapter structure lends itself perfectly for use in presentations, seminars and lectures
  • Great for inspiring group discussions amongst staff teams
  • Encourages thought and reflection on current practice
  • Great for using with parents
  • The chapter structure offers flexible learning at a time and pace convenient to you

DVD, Running time 30 min

About Siren Films

Siren Films is recognised as a leading expert in creating training resources for the study of child development with films that support academics, professionals, therapists, nursery staff and anyone more..