A key worker’s perspective on lockdown Early Years education approaches.
Written by student Mary Warsop who is studying for her BA (Hons) Early Years Practice at Holy Cross College, Bury. I am a Teaching Assistant, University student and parent to a toddler. I work in an inner-city primary school. Since the government’s announcement, to support the NHS and our critical workforce, I have been working […]
Working and Teaching in the Early Years
I am a second-year student studying a BA (Hons) Working and Teaching in the Early Years, currently researching the benefits of children being allowed to take risks. Has health and safety gone too far and are we restricting their development if we wrap them up in cotton wool?
Learning beyond the classroom
It is surprising sometimes how significance can mushroom from quite small projects. My family are lucky enough to own and run a small private nursery and I’m frequently asked to create resources by our staff. One such recent request came from our pre-school room leader who asked if I could make a robot for the […]
Supporting Children to be Mentally Healthy
Supporting Children to be Mentally Healthy: A Whole School Approach (CPD Session) Written by Elisa Fellone-Scott, Year 3 student trainee on the BA (Hons) EYE with QTS programme In this article I will be discussing the information for the recent training session ‘Supporting children to be Mentally Healthy: A Whole School Approach’. The speaker at […]