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EY BLOG FEST 2021

#EYBLOGFEST2021 After the success of EYBlogfest2020, where there were more than 200 blogs shared across social media on the 26th October 2020, it is time again for our Early Years voices, ideas, practice, resources and thoughts to be shared on October 29th 2021. What is EYBLOGFEST? EYBLOGFEST was an idea between Early Years Reviews and EYMatters, …

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Book Review – The Research Informed Teaching Revolution Early Years

  September’s Book review. This month it’s all about Research in the Early Years. Some of you would know that I am a great believer in action/field research and what a fabulous place for this to happen, in the Early Years. I speak to many Early Years professionals and to be honest they find research …

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MAKING THE MOST OF OUTDOORS – EMBRACING THE OUTDOORS POST LOCKDOWN

  MAKING THE MOST OF OUTDOORS – EMBRACING THE OUTDOORS POST LOCKDOWN By Kathryn Solly Some thoughts, background and research about outdoor learning and its importance to children’s lives.   Introduction:   In recent years the Foundation Stage, including Reception and Year One have been constantly bombarded with lots of new initiatives and changes in …

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Helen Moylett – Time to say NO!

Time to say NO!       Helen Moylett July 2020   We recently saw the launch of the ‘reformed’ Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS). Nobody in the early years sector asked the government to reform our framework. As we hold our hands up in horror, it might be useful to reflect on what has …

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Teach children to be successful communicators- staying safe

  Teach children to be successful communicators- staying safe In the coming days school staff will be facing possibly the biggest challenge of their careers – ever. Like almost everyone, they have spent large amounts of time at home, coping with stringent restrictions on daily life, with the ever-present worry of becoming unwell themselves and …

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Nannies Crisis – They form a large part of our Early Years and Care sector.

With mounting working pressure on the Nanny Industry,  families requiring childcare to work during the Covid Pandemic, has left the Nanny industry in crisis. The lack of clarity for Nannies working during these unprecedent times has left when asked, ‘Do you feel supported by the industry?’ returned a worryingly low score of just 5.3 our …

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