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23 - 24 JANUARY
Don't overlook the value of enjoyment as a motivating force in working life. Tina Jefferies points to children as an example.
David Wright spent 25 years in computing before switching to the early years sector
Jackie Basquill, Edge Hill University lecturer, describes how a full-time pathway EYP student found evidence for Standard 16: Engage in sustained shared thinking with children.
A new BA degree has been devised around a set of professional standards for Scottish early years workers. Karen Faux reports.
Members of the Camden and Islington EYP network are keeping up to date with the latest early years thinking and research through a series of lectures from staff at the world famous Thomas Coram Research Unit at the University of London's Institute of Education.
When Montessori teacher Lisa Bassett returned to working in early years after a ten-year gap, she was surprised at the changes that had occurred.
Rikke Kerler enrolled on the Long EPD Pathway in September 2007.
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