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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...

Sonia Mainstone-Cotton on both practitioner’s well-being and listening to young children
Sonia Mainstone-Cotton is a trainer, a prolific writer and a nurture consultant with a special interest in wellbeing. In this[...]
Rae Pica on Active learning Maths (or Math) in the Early Years
Rae Pica has been an education consultant, specializing in the development and education of the whole child and children’s physical activity,[...]
Dr Lala Manners and the links between physical development and the development of language and communication
The focus in this video is on the links between two critical areas of children's learning and development: physical development and[...]
Sandi Phoenix and the Freedom Cup
Sandi Phoenix of Phoenix Support for Educators talks about the Freedom Cup in this week's episode on Early Years TV.
Joss Cambridge-Simmons’s top tips for children in a city and being a Manny
Joss Cambridge-Simmons gives top tips for taking children out and about in a big city, including the procedure needed when[...]
Rachel Buckler on the Role of the Safeguarding/Child Protection Lead
In this interview, Rachel Buckler explains the crucial role of the Safeguarding/Child Protection Lead in an Early Years setting.

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Coming Soon...

Friday 17th August 2018

Wendy Baker on Nurturing Relationships

Friday 24th August 2018

Sandi Phoenix on the Fun Cup (Fun, Joy and Learning) from the Phoenix Cups philosophy/framework

Friday 31st August 2018

Denise Burke on Intergenerational Care and making it work in practice

Friday 7th September 2018

Mary Medlicott on Story-telling and story reading