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Is There Internal Conflict Within the Early Years Sector (EYS) by Dr Valerie Daniel

  Is there internal conflict within the Early Years Sector (EYS) and does it contribute to a growing crisis situation? Do we have dirty laundry in the EYS? It is my opinion that as a sector, there is a need to address internal conflict before we can ever hope to execute the kind of change …

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The Early Childhood Academy – First the Dialogue and then the Action

So last week I wrote a blog post about Professional Identity within the Workforce. Well it was mainly focused on the Early Childhood Workforce. It has been read on my website by 190 people so thank you for taking the time to read and retweet. It had been seen on twitter by a staggering 10,755 …

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Supporting Parents and Children Living with Food Allergies and Anaphylaxis in Early Childhood – By Philippa Thompson

  ‘As parents we looked forward to your future, what you will choose to become, who will be your friends…girlfriend/boyfriend…university/work/sportsperson. Then one day the perspective changed. That severely cold day when the ice was thick and dangerous on the ground and all advised not to travel. The news told us that the ambulance service were …

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Professional Identity of the Early Childhood Professional

  Depending on who you ask, an Early Childhood professional comes in many forms within the Early Years Sector. A teacher, a nursery nurse, childminder and family support worker, but it is important to recognise that they come in all positions depending on the setting that they work within. No hierarchy or status needed here …

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Why ‘Birth to Three’ really does matter – my take on this Framework.

  Since the publication of the ‘Birth to Three’ document in 2003, childcare and early years’ education has always been at the centre of giving children a better start for both the child and their families. I fundamentally believe that the early years’ settings that provide this care have not lost their passion to continue …

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