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...

Caroline Jens on Finding, Hiring and Retaining Talent
Caroline Jens has possibly a unique background - over 25 years of finance and ​nearly 10 years in child care,[...]
Sue Newman and Harriet Thomas on the role of music in community learning and cohesion with BoogieMites
Sue Newman and Harriet Thomas of Boogie Mites. Boogie Mites offers Early Years families, practitioners and the wider community the[...]
Cindy Davenport on Toddlers and Sleep
Cindy Davenport is the Founding Director of Safe Sleep Space, based in Victoria, Australia. She is a registered midwife, IBCLC[...]
Pete Moorhouse on Setting Up Your Woodworking Area
Pete Moorhouse is the author of ‘Learning Through Woodwork: Introducing creative woodwork into the early years’ and is passionate about[...]
Chanie Wilschanski on Directors Preparing for a New School Term
Chanie Wilschanski is the founder of Schools of Excellence and DiscoverEd, where she supports and helps leaders from all types[...]
Greg Bottrill on Can I Go and Play Now?
Greg Bottrill is the author of ‘Can I go and play now? Rethinking the Early Years’.

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Coming Soon...

Friday 27th Sept 2019

Ali McClure on Pedagogy, The Curriculum and Continuous Provision, Getting to Grips with Great Early Years Practice

Friday 4th October 2019

Kathryn Albany-Ward on Colour-Blindness or Colour Vision Deficiency

Friday 11th October 2019

Jo Wilson on Sensory Swim

Friday 18th October 2019

Books to support diversity in a setting