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Twoey Apr 17
is so important, to children of all ages. It is children's learning, not something separate that happens alongside learning.
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Teaching Children to Apr 18
It’s arrived! 🍾 Teaching Children to Listen in the Early Years has been published today and we love it 😍 Same good listening rules... but 40 new games to teach them - developed especially for little people 👫
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✨ Sarah ✨ Apr 18
Nice simple afternoon activity...wooden track and trains 🐝
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Kayibanda Ingabire Julian Apr 18
Kindness and empathy are two important social skills we should teach that can build meaningful connections in this diverse world. Matter
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Tanya 12h
I would love to spend a day in a Finnish school! Stop
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EYNpartnership 25m
If your setting is in is our Registered Nutrition Professional who can help you gain the EYNP Quality Mark. Gina has a masters degree in health sciences & worked for a Primary Care Trust, supporting schools & workplaces to become ‘healthy’.
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EarlyChildoodNUIG 29m
Who doesn't love a Friday surprise! A lovely package waiting for me this morning. I have one leading suspect - Thank You !
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Baytree School Apr 24
Weston Sunbeams very kindly donated funding for us to have a new early years playground for our younger pupils to have a safe & enriching outside area. We had a grand opening yesterday, there are far too many lovely pictures to choose from...
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Laura Henry🇬🇧🇱🇨 2h
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EY_Matters 54m
Could this be you? One of next co-hosts for the increasingly popular Thursday night - contact hello@eymatters.co.uk if you have a burning issue to discuss or would like to share ideas on your favourite subject
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Tanya 17h
Children learn best from play, so give them that gift!
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EarlyYearsBlog.eu 1h
It is imperative to stop looking at “not knowing what the child has” as a problem and to look for other types of information to plan the action.
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Jill Cook Apr 24
. Spring time exploring activities.
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Little Wise Toys 19h
Little Wise Toys is all about taking kids back to the old school way of learning. No screens, flashing lights or loud noises. Yet plenty of opportunity for fun learning, imagination and exploration. Little travel friendly boxes offering big possibilities ✨📚 ✏️ 🍎✨
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Dunbeth Family Learning Centre 2h
Our children enjoy climbing trees. It's challenging and allows them to experience excitement, fear and a feeling of achievement.
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Education Policy 24h
New analysis: with declining real wages, there is a growing risk of childcare workers moving into retail work, in order to secure more favourable working conditions. Our research finds childcare pay may now be overtaken by retail pay by 2021:
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Magic Acorns Apr 24
The little plinky plonky piano out for the babies today!
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EarlyChildoodNUIG 3m
Men/Childcare: UK to diversify by encouraging men to consider careers. Is it time for an Irish initiative? Do we actively recruit male students? Do employers encourage male recruitment?
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MsEmilyHunt 24h
Replying to @MsEmilyHunt1
is critical to life chances and social mobility. A whopping two-fifths of GCSE attainment gap is already apparent by age 5. To narrow the gap, we cannot expect schools to do all of the heavy-lifting; high quality EY has to be part of the answer
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Somerset Skills & Learning 16h
Don't delay, book today! We're running SENDCO Passport Training Sessions, for managers and practitioners of early years settings, parents, carers, child minders and nannies. Starting on Thursday 2nd May 6pm-8pm in Yeovil with Communication & Language Delay.
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