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Why Quality Environments Matter in Early Years

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Why Quality Environments Matter in Early Years

Do your early years’ classroom spaces truly reflect your vision for learning? Have they come together by accident or been carefully planned to offer rich, meaningful and joyful experiences for young children? In the early years, young children learn through a wonderful mix of dynamic, hands-on learning experiences supported by highly skilled adults who have...

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The Outdoor Curriculum in All its Glory!

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The Outdoor Curriculum in All its Glory!

What does your outdoor curriculum look like? Is it simply a replication of the indoors or does it provide extra, additional and unique experiences as it should? Being clear about the learning taking place in your outdoor environment is critical – and with the new Ofsted Inspection framework and the review of the Early Learning...

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Early Excellence Resources Now Available on Amazon Business!

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Early Excellence Resources Now Available on Amazon Business!

At Early Excellence, we are delighted to sell on Amazon Business our fantastic range of early years furniture, classroom resources and storage. You are sure to already know and use Amazon yourself – after all, they do have a staggering 310 million active users worldwide – and you might even buy stationary or other items...

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Reconceptualising Professionalism

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Reconceptualising Professionalism

The role of the practitioner, as well as being incredibly important, is also inordinately complex. We work in an environment and a profession that is simultaneously challenging on a multitude of levels. The importance of continuous professional development (CPD) to refine and enrich the skills and expertise we develop has long been realised, if not...

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Responsible Early Childhood Pedagogy

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Responsible Early Childhood Pedagogy

Why staying true to your values and keeping informed will help secure the right outcomes for children, despite the latest and ongoing challenges presented by uninformed reports and government policy. Early years educators, particularly those working in schools, could be forgiven for experiencing a sense of ‘besiegement’. Two recent events have focused attention on the...

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