Case study – Sure Start teachers, Newcastle

Case study – Sure Start teachers, Newcastle

Sure Start Teachers,Newcastle Who are you and what do you do? Sure Start Teachers working for Newcastle City Council and based in the Community Family Hub children’s centres. We support the Private, Voluntary and Independent childcare provision across the city areas. This includes visiting settings, providing resources and delivering training courses for nursery/playgroup practitioners and […]

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Case study: Christine Hanson, East Sussex County Council

Christine Hanson Support and intervention Consultant, East Sussex C.C. Who are you and what do you do? I am an early years specialist teacher working for East Sussex County Council. One aspect of my role is to written and deliver training to childminders, pre-schools and school reception teachers. This training is variously around: making effective […]

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Case study: Christine Hanson, East Sussex County Council
Case study: Sandra Mathers, A+ Education

Case study: Sandra Mathers, A+ Education

Sandra Mathers,A+ Education “The teachers on our course have really connected with and been inspired by Becky from the ‘Playing and Learning at School’ DVD and the warm, respectful interactions she has with her class.” Who are you and what do you do? I am head of the URLEY research team (University of Oxford, A+ Education […]

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Review of Developing an Effective Key Person Approach from Julian Grenier

Julian Grenier,Head of Sheringham Nursery “I think the films and the course materials are terrific.  A course like this, with high-quality video, expert discussion of the theories and the issues, and downloadable materials is just what many of us have needed for a long time in the early years. It will allow practitioners to learn […]

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Review of The Power of Physical Play – Dr. Lala Manners

Review of The Power of Physical Play – Dr. Lala Manners

Dr Lala MannersDirector – Active Matters “This is a beautifully conceived and executed piece of work by Siren Films. It gets to the very heart of the primal need for young children to engage in physical play – not just for the obvious health benefits but for what it teaches them about managing life generally […]

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