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Parenting Styles and Practices

Parenting Styles and Practices

Four of the most commonly-known parenting styles are labeled as authoritarian, authoritative, ...
Getting Back to Normal After Lockdown

Getting Back to Normal After Lockdown

Our latest blog gives an invaluable insight into the work of one of our fantastic trainers, ...
Jean Piaget Education

Jean Piaget Education

There were many pioneers of Early Years education, and today we are looking at Jean Piaget. Who ...
Early Risers

Early Risers

Our latest blog gives an invaluable insight into the work of one of our fantastic trainers, ...
Margaret McMillan

Margaret McMillan

There were many pioneers of Early Years education. We will be sharing the stories of a number of ...
Forest School Education

Forest School Education

Forest School is a learning process that is child-centred and allows for their development and ...
The Reggio Emilia Approach

The Reggio Emilia Approach

Reggio Emilia education is an educational philosophy which focuses on preschool and primary ...
The Waldorf-Steiner Approach

The Waldorf-Steiner Approach

Waldorf education, sometimes also known as Steiner education, is an educational philosophy which ...
The Montessori Approach

The Montessori Approach

Montessori is a style of education which focuses on emphasising independence in young children ...
Process Painting using Nature-Inspired Paintbrushes

Process Painting using Nature-Inspired Paintbrushes

For young children, art activities should be planned as a process that captures interest and ...
Growing strawberry plants with your children

Growing strawberry plants with your children

With the arrival of spring and warmer days, we can all feel encouraged to get outside more with ...
World Autism Awareness Week

World Autism Awareness Week

What is autism? According to Child Autism UK, we can describe autism as ‘a condition which ...
Ideas for a children’s Easter ‘crafternoon’

Ideas for a children’s Easter ‘crafternoon’

The key to enjoying craft activities with children is to be organised! Firstly, cover a big table ...
The Science of Nature

The Science of Nature

Nature truly is a wonderful thing, isn’t it? It is an incredible sight to behold and something ...
Chores and Childhood

Chores and Childhood

Chores. A topic that strikes fear into any parent’s heart as every family has their own take on ...
Childhood Attachment to Mum

Childhood Attachment to Mum

How does ‘secure’ or ‘insecure’ childhood attachment to mum affect the quality of our adult ...
How to manage ‘fussy eating’ and avoid dining room drama

How to manage ‘fussy eating’ and avoid dining room drama

It’s common for parents to have occasional worries about their children’s eating habits and ...
Overtiredness in children

Overtiredness in children

Overtiredness is something that most of us will suffer in our lifetime. We can become overtired ...
Essential Self-Care Habits for Busy Carers

Essential Self-Care Habits for Busy Carers

As a carer, the routine kindness and support you give others may bring feelings of fulfilment and ...
BANANA OAT PANCAKES RECIPE

BANANA OAT PANCAKES RECIPE

Cooking is a great activity to do with children. Its hands-on, messy, and allows them to be ...
Children’s Mental Health

Children’s Mental Health

Children’s mental health is a topic that we are all discussing right now with Children’s Mental ...
Mindfulness in Early Years

Mindfulness in Early Years

Mindfulness is such an important topic in today’s busy world. Early Years Practitioners can ...
Developing Imaginative and Creative Play Opportunities

Developing Imaginative and Creative Play Opportunities

Imaginative and creative play is a natural way for children to learn about the world and involves ...
Emotional Literacy in Early Years

Emotional Literacy in Early Years

As Early Years Practitioners, a priority for us when caring for children is to ensure that they ...