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Join us for our termly members' briefing on topical issues in Spring 2024.
Join Kerry Murphy for our new interactive Learning Circle, focused around Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) and Neurodiversity, in Spring/Summer 2024.
This session will be presented by Care Inspectorate and Education Scotland. It will provide some background in relation to the shared framework plus an overview of the process including the consultation and analysis. The session will provide an opportunity to reflect, ask questions and look towards next steps.
Helen’s award-winning book will form the basis of this webinar, which will focus on how adults work with young children mathematically in a playful way.
Join us for our AGM and this Centenary panel event on An Agenda for the future of Early Childhood Education.
Professor Tina Bruce CBE, Dr Stella Louis and Sally Cave are each deeply committed to the work of Early Education and are looking forward to having a conversation together, reflecting on a century of the work undertaken by the organisation.
Early Education Vice Presidents Chris Pascal and Tony Bertram from the Centre for Research in Early Childhood (CREC) will be joined by Professor Ferre Laevers of the University of Leuven, to consider, after a century of action, how early childhood education in the UK sits within a broader European tradition of quality practice.
Iram and Kathy will offer some reflections of how some of their key studies have influenced policy makers to invest in and expand early childhood education, influence practice and engage researchers to design more rigorous studies.
Join Julie Fisher for our new interactive Learning Circle, focused on pedagogical leadership in the EYFS.
Join Tamsin Grimmer for our new interactive Learning Circle, focused around Personal, Social, Emotional Development (PSED) for the whole setting.
Join Kerry Murphy for our new interactive Learning Circle, focused around Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) and Neurodiversity.
Available to Early Education Members - a series of overview guides to the EYFS reforms available to view on demand.