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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

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Latest Episodes...

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.
Louise Mercieca on Post-lockdown activity
In this special video, Louise Mercieca of the Health Kick, explains some of the global consequences of the pandemic lockdown and the impact on children's lives.
June O’Sullivan MBE on Pedagogy and Leadership
In this interview, we discuss her latest book – The A to Z of Early Years – Policy, Pedagogy and Plain Speaking, which is based on her much loved blog. June explains her four elements of pedagogy, the effects these have had on the LEYF settings and how these support the development of all children.
Emily Garratt on Tele-therapy
In this interview we discuss how tele-therapy can supplement and complement traditional therapy, especially for those families who may find services hard to reach for whatever reason. Emily explains how tele-therapy has really come into its own during the pandemic, so families have still been able to access support even under difficult circumstances.
Rusty Keeler on Risky Play and Natural Playscape Design
In this interview, we discuss the concept of risky play and the benefits for the children. Rusty explains how practitioners and educators can expand their own comfort zones and the role that the environment plays in this. Of course, as a natural playscape designer, we also discuss the elements of good design, whatever the size or location of your setting, and what inspires Rusty's own designs.
Debbie Garvey on Self-Reflection
In this interview we discuss the importance of reflective practice (and why it should be more than just something you studied at college) and the different types of reflective practice. Debbie has some great ideas and strategies for including reflective practice as part of your daily work, without distracting from the children, even if you're a childminder or home-based.

Starting Friday 7th May ...


Louise Mercieca

In this special video, Louise Mercieca of the Health Kick, explains some of the global consequences of the pandemic lockdown and the impact on children's lives.

Her particular focus is on lockdown inactivity, how this has affected children and how we can counter-act that in the months to come.

Coming Soon...

Friday 14th May 2021

Natalie Bishop on the Role of the SENDI

Friday 21st May 2021

Sarah Seaman on the Muddy Puddle Teacher

Friday 28th May 2021

Ann Marie Christian on Child abuse linked to Faith

Friday 4th June 2021

Dr Valerie Daniel on unconscious bias and pedagogy

Future Episodes Include...

Lucy Lewin Showing your nursery at its best

Rebecca Hemmings Cultural diversity in the Early Years