The Comprehensive Early Years Website
The EYE website is a fantastic new resource for early years professionals looking for best practice advice, activity ideas and research-led features. It is designed to be user friendly, with articles labelled by EYFS theme, to help you quickly and easily find the information you need. With thousands of articles from the EYE and Practical Pre-School archive and new content being added all the time, this website is a great new tool to help you meet your information and professional development needs and to ensure every child reaches their best potential.
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Search for and find hundreds of practical articles and activity ideas to help you deliver outstanding early years provision with our great new tool. Designed with you in mind, all activity ideas and articles can be printed out and are associated with an EYFS theme to help you quickly find the information you need. Try it now and get access to a wealth of knowledge from EYE and Practical Pre-School magazines.
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Explore our user friendly archive of practical articles. From 'adding' to 'zoos', you will find something helpful for you inside
Keep up to date with Early Years News
- Tuesday, January 14, 2020
Bath Spa University, in collaboration with special needs charity Nasen, is urgently calling for a reduction in the amount of paperwork that is currently holding Special Educational Needs Coordinators back from doing their jobs properly.
- Monday, January 13, 2020
Despite a trend towards more flexible working hours, a new work-life balance survey reveals that workloads are increasing and technology is blurring the boundaries between work and home.
- Friday, January 3, 2020
Latest Government statistics highlight that children in the country’s most deprived areas are missing out on professional early years care and education.
- Thursday, January 2, 2020
Take a look at this taster edition which provides part one of a guide to inspections under the new framework and an exploration of role-play with ideas for new approaches.
What the teachers say
Learn more with early years features
Wimbledon SW19 Competitive
Chiswick W4 Competitive
London, Bloomsbury. 10 minute walk from Kings Cross and 7 minutes from Russell Square Up to £26,000 depending on experience
East Dulwich, South London Between £20,000-28,0000 dependent on experience
HA5 3HQ, Pinner Up to £27,000 per annum dependent on experience