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Sally Pearse
Early Years Head of Area and EY lead . Interests-partnership working, trauma informed practice and relational pedagogy.
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TACTYC Feb 11
Time to sort out the EYT/QTS anomalies! Greater value needs to be placed on roles in early education as the sector "finds itself in a fragile state regarding its workforce". Match early years pay with primary salaries, DfE told | Tes.
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Sally Pearse Feb 19
Thank you Sam!
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Nathan Archer Feb 17
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Sally Pearse Feb 12
Low pay forces early years workers to quit jobs they love
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Sally Pearse Feb 10
'Free' early years education under scrutiny in BBC Radio 4 programme
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Nathan Archer Feb 6
Join us for another excellent South Yorkshire conference - Sat 14 March with Prof. Liz Wood & to consider policy and practice versions of pedagogy and curriculum in ECE.
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Sally Pearse Feb 4
Looks like a great day ahead at the Barnsley Excellence in Early Years Conference . We have this morning on Helicopter Stories and the importance of story time
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Nathan Archer Jan 29
Save the Date. South Yorks branch event. Sat 14 March 9.30am-12.30pm Sheffield. Prof Liz Wood and from share their research on policy and practice versions of pedagogy and curriculum in ECE. More info to follow.
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Sally Pearse Jan 28
Great to meet up with you all again too - seeing how far you have come in GMCA makes us more ambitious for South Yorkshire early years!
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UoP EDSOC Jan 28
‘Schools are killing ’: why we need to stop telling children to shut up and learn
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NDNA Jan 28
It’s time to get your voice heard on the proposed reforms & we need as many responses as possible to truly make a difference! Download free guide on how to write your own response to each question here:
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Miriam Loxham Jan 28
Great meeting with members of lots for to learn from their approach to early years workforce development. Thanks especially for making all the data make sense!
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Trauma Informed Schools UK Jan 16
Dr Margot Sunderland, director of education and training at the Centre for Child Mental Health and co-director of Trauma Informed Schools UK, explains why schools can, and should be places of both learning and healing
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Nathan Archer Jan 17
'One of the key differences between the Graduate Leader Fund and the other policies is that the former was... evidence-based, set within a wider long-term workforce strategy, it was properly funded & provided the right types incentives for settings to employ high qualified staff'
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Sally Pearse Jan 6
Discussion on the potential for teachers to stay with children throughout primary and act as the emotionally available adult for children at risk from Adverse Childhood experiences: OPINION: What if students returned to the same teachers the next year?
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BBC Woman's Hour Dec 19
How much can very young babies understand? And why is rhythm so important for developing language skills? Professor Usha Goswami, an expert on children’s language development, shares some wisdom: 📻
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Sally Pearse Dec 17
A really interesting and thought-provoking read, particularly for those in ECEC as CLT and early years has appeared in a number of threads recently.
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Trauma Informed Schools UK Dec 14
Responsive relationships are expected & essential, their absence is a serious threat to development & well-being. Great article, resources & videos to support parents from the Centre for the Developing Child on the significance of 'serve and return'.
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Trauma Informed Schools UK Dec 14
Great infographic from on the importancer of experieincing success in developing motivation, taks engagment and resilience
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EPI Dec 13
What does the Conservative manifesto mean for education? Here's a summary of our analysis from our recent report, which scrutinised the main parties' education pledges ⬇️ You can find the full report here:
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