Leading Early Years Experts

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 interviews, discussions and presentations from leading theorists and practitioners all designed to help your professional development as an Early Years Practitioner and Educator.

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Latest Episodes...

Penny Tassoni MBE on Self-efficacy
Penny Tassoni MBE is a well-known education consultant, author and trainer who specialises in the whole spectrum of learning and play[...]
Rachel Buckler on Identify, Help and Protect children in our care
In this interview, Rachel and I discuss how we use processes that identify need, help and protect young children in[...]
Premium Bonus: Louise Mercieca on food for thought – weight loss
In this video, Louise discusses losing weight in a healthy way, with a focus on individual circumstances, and how we[...]
Professor Julie Fisher on Moving On: Transition to Year One
In this interview, we discuss why transitions are still a critical part of children's educational lives; the importance of a[...]
Kate Shelley on the Emotional Support of Storytelling
In this interview, Kate Shelley and I discuss how narrative or storytelling helps to support children's wellbeing; how this can[...]
Premium Bonus: Louise Mercieca on Summer and Sugar
Louise Mercieca is an award-winning Nutritional Therapist and an award-winning author.It all started when she studied Nutrition for Children’s Brain[...]

Coming next week...

Friday 2nd October 2020

Becky Poulter and Rebecca Skinner on the Communication Chain and Early Years practice

Rebecca Skinner is a Specialist Speech and Language Therapist who has worked in various NHS trusts. Becky Poulter Jewson is an Early Years Lead with over 25 years’ experience from owning her own Nursery and Preschool setting, to being a sole charge baby nanny. 

Becky and Rebecca first worked together in a number of Children's Centres and experienced first-hand the benefits of close multi-agency working to professionals, children and their families. They co-founded the company ‘Thriving Language’ to provide support, training and information to anyone working or spending time with children - and firmly believe that quality interactions will contribute to happy, healthy child development - and every child deserves this.

Watch the livestream on Facebook on Friday 2nd October here.