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...

Dr Carolyn Blackburn on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
Dr Carolyn Blackburn has worked in childcare and education for nearly 20 years and has established a reputation for supporting[...]
Mary Medlicott on Story-telling and story reading
Mary started storytelling in the early 1980s when she stumbled across the Storytelling Scheme that was being run at that[...]
Denise Burke on Intergenerational Care
Denise Burke is the co-founder of United for All Ages and runs her consultancy business from Norfolk in the UK.
Sandi Phoenix and the Fun Cup
Sandi Phoenix of Phoenix Support for Educators talks about the Fun Cup in this week’s episode on Early Years TV.
Wendy Baker on nurturing relationships
Wendy is an Early Years consultant and trainer, who works with early years settings, pre-schools, playgroups, children centres and colleges.
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[...]

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Coming Soon...

Friday 21st September 2018

Professor Julie Fisher on Interacting or Interfering?  

Friday 28th September 2018

Alice Sharp on making ordinary activities extraordinary

Friday 5th October 2018

Debbie Garvey on children's wellbeing

Friday 12th October 2018

Dr Prospera Tedam on witchcraft labelling, safeguarding and the MANDELA model