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Penny Tassoni on Transitioning back to EY settings after lockdown

In this interview, we discuss some of the challenges that children may face when returning to their Early Years' setting and how practitioners and educators can help to support the children. Penny explains how the most important resource is having responsive staff and how we can also support each other, as well as families.

· July 30, 2021

Penny Tassoni MBE is a well-known education consultant, author and trainer who specialises in the whole spectrum of learning and play within early years. She has written well over forty books, many of which are core textbooks. In 2013, she took on the role of President of the Professional Association of Early Years and Childcare (PACEY). She regularly works with nurseries and preschools in the UK and Turkey and has supported nurseries in China, Dubai and Hong Kong – to name just a few!

In this interview, we discuss some of the challenges that children may face when returning to their Early Years’ setting and how practitioners and educators can help to support the children. Penny explains how the most important resource is having responsive staff and how we can also support each other, as well as families.

We finish by discussing Penny’s new additions to her ‘Time To…’ range of books from Bloomsbury.

Links:
https://www.pacey.org.uk/
https://www.bloomsbury.com/author/penny-tassoni

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  • In this interview, we discuss some of the challenges that children may face when returning to their Early Years' setting and how practitioners and educators can help to support the children. Penny explains how the most important resource is having responsive staff and how we can also support each other, as well as families.

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