We sat down with Alistair Bryce-Clegg and talked about his recent TV escapades on Old People’s Home for 4-Year-Olds, child-led learning, continuous provision and so much more.
Learning & Development
Watch the talks all about child-led play and next steps from our latest Famly Sessions event with Dr Sue Allingham and Early Years Alliance’s Richard Knight.
Hear from early years expert Nicola Burke about musical provision in the early years and the importance of varied musical experiences for child development.
Part two of our miniseries with Kathy Brodie gives you Sustained Shared Thinking activities and ideas to support practitioners and improve your environment.
Sustained Shared Thinking can play a vital role in developing children into lifelong learners. Learn all about it with early years expert Kathy Brodie.
Hear from neuroscientist Paul Howard Jones about his fascinating work into the way the brain develops and how collaboration benefits children’s learning.
Messy play has huge developmental advantages in the early years. Here’s why it’s so important along with a few tips on how to get reluctant parents onboard.
Focus and concentration are important skills that can be difficult for young children to develop. Here’s Sue Cowley explaining what you can do to help.
Top ofsted advice on development, behaviour and welfare within the early years to help children become happy, confident learners.
Everything you need to know about schematic play, how to identify schemas in play, and extend child interests early years luminary Professor Cathy Nutbrown.