Coronavirus: Technology vital in communicating with parents and supporting children at home - study

Annette Rawstrone
Thursday, September 24, 2020

As nurseries and schools deal with possible coronavirus outbreaks and the worry of future lockdowns, research reveals that 95 per cent of early years practitioners and teachers want there to be better communication with hard to reach parents in place.

During lockdown early years settings relied on technology to communicate with families and share resources and activities for children's home learning
During lockdown early years settings relied on technology to communicate with families and share resources and activities for children's home learning

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