Early Education is delighted to announce that it is partnering with the Chartered College of Teaching to provide an Early Years Network for the members of both organisations. This will be launched at an event on 24 March, focused on theme of Observing Young Children’s Development. Link

LEYF – June’s Blog Gender inclusivity? Don’t forget the men! I wrote my first blog about men in childcare in August 2012. It was prompted by a LEYF male colleague, David Stevens, who said we shouldn’t just concentrate on increasing men into childcare at LEYF (8% of LEYF workforce were male) but open up the […]

Early Education  Professor Cathy Nutbrown appointed President of Early Education We are delighted to announce that Professor Cathy Nutbrown has taken on the honorary role of President of Early Education, taking over from Professor Tony Bertram who has stood down after a three year term ….   Link

BREAKTHROUGH eLearning Platform launched by NEyTCO in PARTNERSHIP with Mediasphere

BREAKTHROUGH eLearning Platform launched by NEyTCO in PARTNERSHIP with Mediasphere An award-winning learning management system NEyTCO are delighted to announce their partnership with Mediasphere, a leading SaaS (Software as a Service) specialist and to launch the joint eLearning Platform, which will not only be used to deliver online training to NEyTCO members, but also will […]

In episode 20 of the Early Years Podcast, I talk to Liane Katz of Mama Codes.

by Richard Duddy & Heather Stallard Mama Codes is the home of creative coding for kids and an interesting project that teaches children aged 3-7 to code in an innovative and fun way. Don’t panic: there is not a lot of looking ones and zeros or gobbledegook on a screen. There’s some real life activity, […]

CYPNow Labour to boost child’s health Trembling of household caps raises child poverty fears Tri-borough set to recruit volunteers to boost EY  services Nursery World Labour and lib Dems promise billions for schools Every reception child to be given a free picture book ‘The Bumblebear’ Charity offers free music training Lib Dem’s leader backs ‘Champagne […]

by Alice Lewes   There’s something very special happening on the ninth of June The marketing has started, make sure that you book your place soon, We’re focusing on the vital importance of Children’s Mental Heath, Because that’s what makes the difference, it’s not only to do with wealth.   Thank you NEYTCO for organizing […]

In episode 19 of the Early Years Podcast, we’re joined by Liz Gant of Imagine Create.

By Richard Duddy and Heather Stallard Liz originally appeared on the podcast in at Christmas 2016 (one of the short extra episodes), so we thought it about time we had her back for an in depth conversation. Liz’s day job is as an Early Years Manager at a school, where she found that lots of […]

by Richard Duddy & Heather Stallard There are a lot of folk wondering how to make that transition from a local authority role to that of a consultant and I think Alison is a prime example of just how to do it. She’s obviously already well-known for the right reasons in sunny Sussex, but has […]

by Richard Duddy & Heather Stallard We talk to Alice about her interesting journey from international jet setting nanny to founder of a successful training company or two and on to becoming the in-demand inspiration that helps people learn to lead childcare teams. There’s some great lessons for all of us in here about seizing […]

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