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All the Early Years TV Episodes are below – or you can select any of the EYTV topics and see the relevant episodes.

You can watch the latest episode free, or join Early Years TV Premium to get access to all the videos we produce now and in the future (plus get a Professional Development certificate for each video you watch).

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Babies

Speech, Language & Communication

Observation, Assessment & Planning

Safeguarding

Toddlers

Story & storytelling

Pedagogy

Research

Reception

Literacy

Play

Sustainability

Transitions

Physical Development

Learning Environments

Wellbeing & Mental health

Diversity & Culture

Personal, Social & Emotional Development

Outdoors

Health & Nutrition

Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths

Special Educational Needs & Disabilities

Leaders and Managers

Music & Singing

Parents

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Shawn Bryant on The CHILD Scale
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Shawn Bryant on the CHILD Scale

In this session, Shawn discusses the importance of social and emotional learning in early childhood education and introduces a tool…

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Dr Jacqueline Harding and Lourdes Kerr on The Brain That Loves To Play
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Dr Jacqueline Harding and Lourdes Kerr on The Brain That Loves To Play

Dr. Jacqueline Harding, child development expert and author, joins Lourdes Kerr, an outstanding Early Years expert, to share insights from Harding’s book “The Brain That Loves to Play.” Through video examples and clear explanations, they reveal the neuroscience behind why spontaneous, sensory play is crucial for brain development and learning.

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Sue Newman and Dr Kathryn Murray on Our Sound Environment Matters

Sue Newman and Dr Kathryn Murray highlight research showing the positive impact of music and sound on brain development, learning,…

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Dr Antje Bothin on Selective Mutism

Dr Antje Bothin shares insights into selective mutism – a disorder inhibiting speech in some situations. Dr Bothin explains challenges…

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Wendy Kettleborough on Schema and Parent Partnership

Wendy Kettleborough shares how identifying patterns in children’s play uncovers conceptual understanding that builds brain architecture. Support schematic play through…

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Prerna Richards on Respectful Play

Prerna Richards shares wisdom on creating joyful classrooms through respecting play, allowing children’s social-emotional development to thrive. Prerna also shares…

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Lynnette Brock and Vicki Abrahart on SchemaPlay

In this session, Lynnette Brock and Vicki Abrahart discuss the concept of schema play and its connection to the Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD). Lynnette explains the Zone of Possible Developmental Flow Models (ZPDF), the three-circle model they use and how it has grown.

Vicki explains how, in practice, the interplay between schema, schemes and how the ZPDF has supported children’s play by identifying their interests and providing appropriate learning opportunities.

Lynnette and Vicki emphasize the importance of recognizing and nurturing children’s schemas to promote their cognitive and emotional development.

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Julie Mountain on Winning Enabling Environments

In this session, Julie discusses the six settings she visited, which have previously won Nursery World ‘Enabling Environments’ category. She…

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Sophie Hutton on Identifying and Assessing Autism
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Sophie Hutton on Identifying and Assessing Autism

In this insightful interview, Sophie Hutton shares practical strategies for identifying, assessing and supporting children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)…

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Andrea Sofroniou on Sensory Activities for Babies

In this interview, Andrea discusses the importance of sensory activities for babies and provides practical ideas for parents and practitioners…

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Angharad Welch on Child-Led Interactions

In this interview, Angharad describes a ‘child-led’ interaction and explains why these are critical for children’s learning and development, especially…

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Sara Thakrar on Parent’s Workshops

Sara explains how her ‘Parent Liaison Groups’ (PLG) help build relationships, share information and pre-empt any problems before they occur.…

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Lukas Ritson on Play Spaces, Wonderment and Sustainability

In this interview, Lukas Ritson shares how to design nature play spaces that build empathy & sustainability. Understand child experiences…

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Verity Downing on the Gender Gap in the Early Years

In this interview, we discuss children’s understandings of gender, how these understandings may present themselves when children are unable to…

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Dawn Rigby
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Dawn Rigby on Making Play Work in Early Years Settings

In this interview, we discuss how developing playful interactions with children is key to being a great practitioner, including the…

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Annie Richardson
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Annie Richardson on the Importance of Knowing your Personal Pedagogy

In this interview, Annie explains what we mean by pedagogy and pedagogical beliefs, and most importantly why understanding our own…

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Sue Asquith and Sarah Griffiths on the Role of OAP in Building Resilience and Supporting Emotions

In this interview, Sue Asquith discusses the cyclical process of observation, assessment and planning and how that then links with…

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Kirstie Page on Speech and Language interventions – the when and why

In this interview, we discuss the importance of interactions, 4 aspects of practice to consider, implementing interventions throughout and embedding…

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Sarah Seaman on the Muddy Puddle Teacher

In this interview, Sarah explains the Muddy Puddle Teaching approach and how this can be applied to each area in…

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Sarah Neville on the benefits of childminders

In this interview, we discuss the unique role of the childminder or home-based childcare – the benefits and best parts…

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Caroline Wright on Bright Horizons’ Wellbeing Curriculum

In this interview, we discuss the Wellbeing Curriculum that Caroline Wright and her colleagues have designed and developed. We start…

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Dr Natalie Canning on Empowering Children in their Play

In this interview, we discuss what is meant by ’empowering’ children in their play and why this is so important.…

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Karen Wilding on Subitising in Early Maths

In this interview, we start by discussing mathematical fluency and number sense. We then go onto to discuss the different…

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Kierna Corr on Getting Enthusiastic about Outdoor Play

In this interview, Kierna takes us on her journey – from being someone who would be most likely found inside…

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