πŸ“£πŸ—£πŸ“°Calling the early years sector! πŸ“°πŸ—£πŸ“£

We are creating a series of profile interviews (conducted remotely via video/telephone), talking to professionals across the whole early years sector, to find out about the range of roles, career paths and day-to-day experiences they have, doing some of the most important jobs in the world!

We want to hear from everyone: early years teachers, childminders, nursery assistants, lecturers, playworkers, inspectors, managers, assessors, room leaders, family support workers, speech and language therapists, health visitors, educational psychologists, early years students and anyone else who works in the sector!

βœ‰οΈ Contact us and let us know what important role you do, if you’d like to be featured: contact@newtonoakleyeducation.co.uk βœ‰οΈ

Food for thought: Body Story, Brave New World πŸ§ πŸ‘ΆπŸ»πŸ’•

The ‘Newton Oakley Education: Food for Thought’ series aims to provide you with learning sparks and talking points to share in staff meetings, training or in your professional library.

The award-winning series Body Story reveals the biological drama behind six critical moments in human lives. You can find the episode on birth and the earliest stages of child development below.

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Lockdown CPD: relationships, baby brains and emotional well-being (reading)

Super research summaries, infographics and resources from the Parent-Infant Foundation on promoting the emotional well-being of our youngest children.

The Parent-Infant Foundation works to achieve their vision of all babies having a sensitive, nurturing relationship. They do this through specialised parent-infant relationship teams, quality networks of parent-infant relationship teams and work to give babies and services that work with them a voice which shapes the national and local policy and practice agenda.

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Click here if you would like to enquire about commissioning training (set topics or bespoke), coaching or supervision packages or consultation work delivered remotely.