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Understanding the World: Fresh new shoots

It’s time to get ready for Spring and plan outdoor adventures, where children can spot butterflies, birds and wild flowers. Support them to understand seasonal differences, change and the passage of time.

 

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Re-discover the soothing power of the lullaby

  • Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Lullabies not only support language development and later reading skills by encouraging children to listen carefully and anticipate, but also promote movement and coordination when used with accompanying actions.

Last year LEYF (pictured) won a Healthy Early Years London Gold award for its outstanding achievements in child wellbeing

Support your children to be healthy ‘Inside and out’

  • Monday, February 4, 2019

Children’s Mental Health Week, from 4 – 10 February, shines a spotlight on the vital role that early years practitioners play in ensuring children are supported to achieve wellbeing from the earliest possible age. Mental health charity Place2Be, is encouraging all practitioners, teachers, health professionals and parents to focus on mental health and share experiences and good practice.

Support children to make positive changes

  • Monday, January 14, 2019

Practitioners need to work with children to understand the reasons and factors behind their challenging behaviour and to help them fit into their social group without losing their individuality.

Last year LEYF (pictured) won a Healthy Early Years London Gold award for its outstanding achievements in child wellbeing

Support your children to be healthy ‘Inside and out’

  • Monday, February 4, 2019

Children’s Mental Health Week, from 4 – 10 February, shines a spotlight on the vital role that early years practitioners play in ensuring children are supported to achieve wellbeing from the earliest possible age. Mental health charity Place2Be, is encouraging all practitioners, teachers, health professionals and parents to focus on mental health and share experiences and good practice.

Does being 'cute' give children an advantage?

  • Tuesday, January 8, 2019

What makes children ‘cute’ and how do our perceptions influence our practice? It is important to reflect on this and ensure that each child we work with receives the same amount of attention, warmth and support.

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