Month: April 2020

Funded Distance Learning Courses with TRN Online for Early Years and Education

  Distance learning courses TRN can deliver fully funded via Adult Education Budget online. All courses are accredited through TQUK. There are a number of courses available for our Sector Below:- Individuals can enrol on to up 3 courses at a time if they wish. Eligibility Individuals unfortunately will not be funded if they reside …

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Why Every Early Years Child Needs an Imaginary Friend (and how to give them one)

  Written By Rachel McKenna Director of Pyjama Drama Learning   Long gone are the days when parents or teachers worried that a child’s imaginary friend was proof that they had no ‘real’ friends or that they were displaying signs of psychological trauma or social deficiency. It’s now accepted that it is not uncommon, nor …

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Child’s Voice – Hearing the children in your setting by Lucie Hamilton

  I have been working in the educational field for over ten years, beginning my journey as a parent helper and progressing through various jobs and studies. Last year I graduated with an MA Early Childhood Education degree at Anglia Ruskin University, during which time I was promoted at work to preschool room leader – …

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The Magic in Everything by Sarah Watkins

  Sarah Watkins has taught every year group at primary level and was previously Head of School. She now teaches Reception. She regularly writes for Teach Early Years The Magic in Everything “My father taught me to see the magic in everything. Growing up, magic was in the sunrise and the rainfall. In every expression …

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Going beyond your Early Years setting. Introducing Global Early Childhood Education to your setting

  In recent years I have begun to get involved with the international community. It started with me going to Macao and presenting my research on pedagogy in work-based learning. So within my role as an academic I started to question different perspectives of Early Childhood and Pedagogy and what it all meant. Within settings …

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