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Rae Pica shares practical strategies for making maths engaging and developmentally appropriate for young children through active learning in this…

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Barbara Schindelhauer on Maths in the Early Years

Barbara Schindelhauer shares how the Numberland approach turns abstract maths into playful, multi-sensory experiences that engage and delight young children. Discover research-based strategies for joyful, effective early maths.

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Dr Stella Louis and Hannah Betteridge on Helping children by understanding our own bias

Dr. Stella Louis and Hannah Betteridge unpack the impact of unconscious bias in early years settings. Learn to recognise affinity, confirmation, and attribution biases, make your practice more inclusive, and have constructive conversations about bias.

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Ann Marie Christian shares her expertise on identifying and addressing affluent neglect, a complex form of neglect in wealthy families,…

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Lucy Nathanson on Selective Mutism

Selective Mutism expert Lucy Nathanson provides essential insights and practical strategies for early years professionals. Learn how to create a pressure-free environment, understand the child’s perspective, work closely with parents, and support smooth transitions for children with this anxiety-based condition.

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Alice Sharp on How to Inspire and Improve Practice

In this interview, Alice Sharp shares how to spark creativity in staff and children through everyday items and exposure to…

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Christopher Phoenix shares transformative strategies for enhancing well-being among early years practitioners. Learn techniques for managing stress, being mindful, and…

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Sonia Mainstone-Cotton on Practitioner’s Well-Being and Listening to Young Children

In this episode, Sonia discusses how practitioners can effectively support their own wellbeing, using a number of methods. She also discusses how we can listen to young children. Sonia shares tips on staff wellbeing and listening to children. Prioritise sleep, get outdoors, identify joyful activities. Involve children in decisions – their insights and interests should inform planning.

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