Introducing the Pikler approach
Saturday 26 January, 2019 @ 9:30 am - 2:30 pm
One event on Saturday 26 January, 2019 at 9:30am
One event on Saturday 9 March, 2019 at 9:30am
One event on Saturday 4 May, 2019 at 9:30am
A series of four workshops facilitated by Pikler specialist Dorothy Marlen and Pikler enthusiast Clare Caro.
Do you have, or work with, very young children?
Have you heard of the Pikler approach and wondered what it is?
Would you like to fnd out more about how this will help you in your role?
The Pikler approach provides a new paradigm of early childhood care for the 21st Century. Created and developed by Dr Emmi Pikler and her team in Budapest, Hungary, the Pikler Insttute in Budapest trains professional carers from all over the world.
We in the UK now have the opportunity to learn about Pikler’s extraordinary insights into how to care for the true needs of the young child, particularly from birth to three.
The main principles of the Pikler approach are the importance of self-initiated movement from birth and the importance of relatonship based care. Together these two principles provide the ideal conditions for healthy development, play and learning.
These workshops will provide a thought-provoking introduction to the approach; the Pikler Institute in Budapest and the Pikler UK Associaton both offer more extensive and in-depth courses.
Download the workshop booking form: Introducing The Pikler Approach Booking Form (.doc)
More information about the workshops: Pikler Approach Flyer (pdf)