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BAKE SALE

On Red Nose Day, the Monkey Puzzle head office team held a bake sale to raise money for Comic Relief.

Why we need to be aware of ableism

Stephen Kilgour outlines why it is unfair to a child to label their needs as additional because they are neurodivergent, or have a physical disability. In line with this it is crucial that provision is adapted to meet the needs of each child, rather than making attempts to adapt the child.

Education For Sustainability - Midas touch

In Western Australia, an organisation that makes waste materials available for reuse is helping early years settings resource for schema play. By pedagogical leader Kylie Ridder, with educator Fernanda Santiago.

STOREY TIME

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  • Thursday, April 28, 2022
Fennies nursery in Epsom welcomed Paralympic champion and Fennies ambassador Dame Sarah Storey to the setting for a Q&A session.

Interview - Andrea Leadsom

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  • Thursday, April 28, 2022
A year since the publication of The Best Start for Life, the chair of the Early Years Review tells Nicole Weinstein about how the Government’s vision for family hubs is taking shape following the £500 million earmarked for families and early years support in the October 2021 budget and spending review

FOOD GAME

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  • Thursday, April 28, 2022
LEYF is to roll out the use of a digital game that teaches children to make healthy food choices across a further three of its nurseries after a successful pilot at its Pembury Nursery & Pre-School in Hackney.

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