Free ‘EYFS reforms’ webinar with Kym Scott

Realise is proud to be partnering with Kym Scott to offer a free webinar for early years, employers. This complimentary session will focus on the EYFS reforms and associated documentation.

Kym Scott presents

An overview of the EYFS reforms and associated documentation.


19:00 - 21:00
Wed 28 April 2021


Free of charge for early years employers


One place per employer due to limited availability

This webinar is now fully booked

We unfortunately can no longer accept any further bookings. We will be running more webinars throughout the year, if you would be interested in attending further events, please let us know by emailing

About the session

Do you want to feel ready for implementing the new EYFS framework?

Do you need an honest, no-nonsense overview of the changes?

Would you like to think more deeply about implications for current practice as you move forward into using the new framework?

This session will support you in interpreting and implementing the new framework.

Kym Scott will give an overview of the key changes coming out of the EYFS reforms, will introduce you to the new documentation you need to be familiar with, and will give you the chance to dig deeper and reflect upon your own practice in key areas relating to the new framework.

Be prepared to have your thinking well and truly provoked!

About Kym Scott

Kym is an established conference speaker, trainer, and consultant in the field of early years education. She is also Director of ‘The Place to Learn’, an online subscription-based professional learning platform providing high quality on-demand training for teams and individuals working within early years education.

Kym has spent the last 20 years working in partnership with schools and settings in a variety of circumstances, both in the UK and overseas. Kym has a proven track record of helping leaders to raise the quality of their early years provision and improve outcomes for children. As well as supporting at a leadership level, she spends a significant proportion of her time working directly in classrooms and nurseries. This is key to ensuring that she retains a deep understanding of the reality and challenges of working with young children. You can find out more about Kym’s work at:

We can only provide one place per employer due to limited availability.