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Early Years Reviews Practitioners Guide to Supervision

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This short booklet contains a step-by-step guide to Supervision, the various elements, benefits and how they should be implemented plus also some handy templates.

Early Years Reviews Mini Booklet Series Early Years Supervision: A Practitioners Guide

The Early Years Foundation Stage 0-5 in the United Kingdom has a wide range of professionals working within the sector, including practitioners, leaders, family support workers, outreach services and educational establishments. This mini guide is not like what you have read previously, yes, I will be giving you the how’s and why’s of such provisions, but, it will ask you to take that step back from your role as both a supervisor and supervisee. But this handbook is more about the information you may need and what are you going to do with it?

This short booklet contains a step-by-step guide to Supervision, the various elements, benefits and how they should be implemented plus also some handy templates.

2 reviews for Early Years Reviews Practitioners Guide to Supervision

  1. JulsDEYR

    Really simple yet comprehensive guide to Supervisions – a must for all Practitioners especially as you are starting out working in Practice but also for Managers / Owners to use as part of their policy and procedure. The included templates are easy to use too!

  2. James Butler

    As we all know, the EYFS requires each member of staff to have appropriate supervision meetings with a member of the management team. All too often, settings confuse this with performance management and therefore fall foul of the approach.

    Aaron Bradbury has written a handy little booklet that will transform your EYFS supervision meetings. ‘Early Years Supervision: A Practitioners Guide’ is an easy read that will support you in achieving a solid supervision ethos in your setting.

    Aaron’s handbook gives pointers to both the manager and the practitioner, addressing the responsibilities of both parties. This is something I’d certainly share with my team in the future.

    The book also contains a number of high quality proforma that’ll help you make the most of your supervision meetings.

    Reading Aaron’s book has helped me gain a much fuller understanding of exactly what the supervision meeting process involves. I would highly recommend it and cannot wait to see what else is coming in the series.

    • Aaron Bradbury-Coffey

      Thank you so much for your review James. It is great that you can see the value of supervision.

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