Dr Sue Allingham – Child Centred Transitions in the Early Years

Dr Sue Allingham – Child Centred Transitions in the Early Years
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#TeamEarlyChildhood Podcast – I am interviewing Dr Sue Allingham

About Sue
Sue is an Independent Early Years Consultant, Trainer & Author and formed Early Years Out of the Box in 2015 after a long career in Early Years. 
Sue’s expertise and passion for teaching and learning in the Early Years started with her classroom experience and Senior Lead role as Early Years Co-ordinator in the late 1980’s. Moving into research Sue gained an MA followed by a Doctorate, both in Early Years Education from Sheffield University.

These achievements enabled Sue to consolidate her thinking and practice; she realised that the work she was doing had a solid grounding in research. This research base informs the articles she writes regularly for Early Years Educator magazine and she is now the Consultant Editor. This work also gained Sue a commission from Practical Preschool Publications to write Transitions in the Early Years which is now in second edition. process. 

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  1. Sue talks about the little things that make a big difference! For so long I was practising on my own, fighting people who thought they were big wigs and knew it all but never came from the point of the child. When you get experienced professionals confirming your practise, your sigh of relief is huge! The focus on what looks good for Ofsted dominated so long.

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