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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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Kimberly Lawson on Hygge in the Early Years

Select your topic to see the relevant Early Years TV episodes or scroll down to see them all:

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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Kimberly Lawson on Hygge in the Early Years
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Kimberly Lawson on Hygge in the Early Years

Early years consultant Kimberly Lawson shares how to bring the Danish concept of Hygge into your setting to create cosy…

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Rae Pica on Active Learning Maths (or Math) in the Early Years

Rae Pica shares practical strategies for making maths engaging and developmentally appropriate for young children through active learning in this…

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Barbara Schindelhauer on Maths in the Early Years
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Barbara Schindelhauer on Maths in the Early Years

Barbara Schindelhauer shares how the Numberland approach turns abstract maths into playful, multi-sensory experiences that engage and delight young children. Discover research-based strategies for joyful, effective early maths.

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Dr Stella Louis and Hannah Betteridge on Helping children by understanding our own bias
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Dr Stella Louis and Hannah Betteridge on Helping children by understanding our own bias

Dr. Stella Louis and Hannah Betteridge unpack the impact of unconscious bias in early years settings. Learn to recognise affinity, confirmation, and attribution biases, make your practice more inclusive, and have constructive conversations about bias.

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Ann Marie Christian on Affluent Neglect
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Ann Marie Christian on Affluent Neglect

Ann Marie Christian shares her expertise on identifying and addressing affluent neglect, a complex form of neglect in wealthy families,…

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Lucy Nathanson on Selective Mutism
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Lucy Nathanson on Selective Mutism

Selective Mutism expert Lucy Nathanson provides essential insights and practical strategies for early years professionals. Learn how to create a pressure-free environment, understand the child’s perspective, work closely with parents, and support smooth transitions for children with this anxiety-based condition.

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Alice Sharp on How to Inspire and Improve Practice

In this interview, Alice Sharp shares how to spark creativity in staff and children through everyday items and exposure to…

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Christopher Phoenix on Well-Being for Practitioners

Christopher Phoenix shares transformative strategies for enhancing well-being among early years practitioners. Learn techniques for managing stress, being mindful, and…

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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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Stacy Benge on The Whole Child Alphabet
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Stacy Benge on The Whole Child Alphabet

Stacy Benge shares a holistic educational approach called The Whole Child Alphabet that develops every aspect of young learners. Go beyond conventional curricula to create an enriching environment that unlocks children’s full potential.

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Preeti Patel on Learning Through Play – The Montessori Way

Preeti Patel from Montessori Global Education discusses how children learn through play in a Montessori setting. She explains the Montessori philosophy that children’s play is purposeful and their work is their play. The environment respects children, provides life skills, and supports focus and independence. Routines flow naturally to meet children’s needs.

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Rusty Keeler on Risky Play and Natural Playscape Design
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Rusty Keeler on Risky Play and Natural Playscape Design

Rusty Keeler shares the benefits of risky play, tips for educators to say “yes” more, and practical ideas to create natural Playscapes so children can thrive through the wonder of play.

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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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Gayle Berry on Love-Based Learning
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Gayle Berry on Love-Based Learning

Founder of Blossom & Berry, Gayle Berry shares her passion for “love-based learning” that nurtures babies’ emotional wellbeing through right-brain activities like massage, nature connection and mindfulness – building resilience from the start.

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Rachel Buckler on The Role of the DSL (2024)

Gain invaluable expert guidance on mastering the vital Designated Safeguarding Lead role from Rachel Buckler. This comprehensive session covers navigating challenges, exercising professional curiosity, escalating concerns properly, and developing best practice tailored to your local context.

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Louise Mercieca on Cost of Living and Health Implications
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Louise Mercieca on Cost of Living and Health Implications

Louise Mercieca reveals the alarming decline in fruit and vegetable consumption due to rising costs, and the concerning rise of…

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Karen Massey on Apraxia of speech or Developmental Verbal Dyspraxia

In this session, Karen Massey explains apraxia of speech – a speech sound disorder affecting verbal skills. She discusses links…

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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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Sandra Beale on Magic Tricks using STEAM

In this session, Sandra demonstrates 6 astounding experiments, using items that you will already have, or can be bought easily and cheaply. She also talks about her youngest participant – a 14-week-old baby, who was mesmerised by the experiments.

Sandra discusses the scientific language and explanations that you can use with the children during the experiments to expand language, understanding of maths and creativity.

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Karen Nemeth on Strategies To Engage Multilingual Learners In All Areas Of Learning

Karen Nemeth discusses supporting and engaging multilingual learners, she offers some great strategies including the key role of frequent quality…

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Debbie Garvey on Neuroscience

Debbie Garvey shares neuroscience insights to inform Early Years practice – learn how co-regulation builds self-regulation, Bronfenbrenner’s model shows child…

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Sandi Phoenix on Emotions and Neuroscience

Sandi Phoenix discusses the latest neuroscience research on emotions and how it can inform Early Childhood Education including: – The…

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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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Amanda Engelbach on Parents As Partners – Positive Discipline at Home

Amanda Engelbach shares how positive discipline tools build children’s listening, resilience and compassion. We discuss common behaviour struggles parents/teachers face,…

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