fbpx

Sign Up for Early Years TV Updates and Get Access to 5 FREE EYTV Videos

Discover the latest strategies, tips and techniques to improve and inspire your practice and better support the children in your care.

Early Years TV features a new, free video every week, with interviews, discussions and presentations from leading specialists, experts and practitioners - all designed to help your professional development as an Early Years Practitioner and Educator.

Sign up for free updates and we'll email you whenever there's a new video on Early Years TV - and send you 5 FREE Videos right now

There's no obligation, just a free video for you to watch every week.

Early Years TV features a new, free video every week, with interviews, discussions and presentations from leading specialists, experts and practitioners - all designed to help your professional development as an Early Years Practitioner and Educator.

Sign up for free updates and we'll email you whenever there's a new video on Early Years TV - and send you 5 FREE Videos right now

There's no obligation, just a free video for you to watch every week.

Latest Episodes...

Michelle Pratt on Enspirement and Innovations in your EC Environments
In this interview, we discuss the New Shoots environments and the role of the outdoor spaces in these beautiful places. Michelle has tons of practical, tried and tested, innovative ideas for transforming any outdoor space.
Dr Valerie Daniel on Unconscious bias and the pedagogical implications
In this interview, we discuss what we mean by 'unconscious bias' and why it's important that we should know this. Dr Daniel then goes on to explain how this knowledge (or lack of!) can affect our day-to-day pedagogy with the children. 
Ann Marie Christian on Child abuse linked to faith
In this interview, we discuss child abuse linked to faith and the indicators that Early Years practitioners and educators should look out for. Ann Marie explains why this is especially now and the steps we can take to safeguard children in these circumstances.
Louise Mercieca on the benefits of sleep and links to nutrition
In this special video, Louise Mercieca - award-winning Nutritional Therapist and award-winning author from the Health Kick - explains the benefits of sleep and how different foods can help or hinder our sleep.
Sarah Seaman on the Muddy Puddle Teacher
In this interview, Sarah explains the Muddy Puddle Teaching approach and how this can be applied to each area in the EYFS - or any curricula! Sarah also discusses her brand new book.
Natalie Bishop on the role of the SENDI at Bright Horizons
Natalie is passionate about improving support systems for families with Autism and is working to create a new charity to support children to access therapy. She is a TEDx speaker and Parent Advocate. In this interview, we discuss the role of the Special Educational Needs, Disabilities and Inclusion (SENDI) practitioner and the SENDI framework that has been developed at Bright Horizons.

Starting Friday 18th June ...


Rebbecca Hemmings

Rebbecca Hemmings stared working in schools using theatre as a tool for learning of many subjects and then moved on to delivering workshops on identity and culture. Fast forward to 2021, Rebbecca now spends most of her time delivering training to organisations on how to manage difficult conversations about race.

In this interview, we discuss how racism starts in children, how this may adversely affect their view of the world and, most importantly, what Early Years practitioners and educators can do about this.

Coming Soon...

Friday 25th June 2021

Prof Francis McGlone on touch and mechanosensitive c-fibres

Friday 2nd July 2021

Lorna Taylor on Looking after our musculoskeletal health

Friday 9th July 2021

Rebecca Maddix on supporting parent, children and practitioners

Friday 16th July 2021

Bev Bacon on Intentional Leadership

Future Episodes Include...

Lucy Lewin Showing your nursery at its best

Penny Tassoni Supporting children's well-being

Tamsin Grimmer Loving Pedagogy