Early years expert Sue Cowley weighs in on what makes a home learning experience work for parents and children alike.
Need 30 minutes to yourself while you’re stuck at home? These 10 activities are easy to set up, low mess, and great to engage children while you see to your own tasks.
The federal government just passed the $2 trillion CARES Act to provide financial relief from the coronavirus. Here’s how it can help the child care sector.
Hear from Dr. Sue Allingham about how parents and carers can explain the coronavirus pandemic to children in a constructive way, helping them to understand while not overly worrying them.
Get Sue Cowley’s tips on how you as a parent can ensure that your children continue to learn and develop while at home during coronavirus closure.
During the coronavirus closure, early years providers can stay open for vulnerable children and those of critical workers. Find out how you can effectively do this here.
Early Education expert Ruth Swailes gives a calming, common-sense view on what parents should focus on when helping children with EYFS learning at home.
Kris Murray of the Child Care Success Company offers expert tips on immediate steps you can take to stay afloat through a closure.
The Job Retention Scheme will pay 80% of a staff member’s wages if they would otherwise be laid off due to Coronavirus. It could be a godsend for early years providers. Here’s the lowdown.
While we might be stuck indoors, we can still stay social. With these online resources, you can take a trip to the zoo, share stories and keep your families happy and humming.