A nursery open day is an excellent opportunity for parents to explore a nursery environment, meet the staff, and get a feel for the ethos and values of the nursery. It can be both an exciting and daunting experience for parents who are looking to find the perfect place for their child to grow, learn, and thrive.
assessment frameworks/developing skills/best practice
The curiosity approach to learning is a modern pedagogy that encourages children to use their natural curiosity to guide their learning. This innovative approach fosters a love for discovery and exploration, making learning an enjoyable and engaging process.
The Early Years of a child’s life are incredibly formative. They shape their cognitive, social, and emotional development. In the dynamic world of Early Years Education, where young minds are nurtured and shaped, effective communication between parents and educators is nothing short of vital.
You’ve invested a lot of time, energy, and money in selecting the right Nursery Software for your setting. Making sure that your team can use its full capabilities is essential to getting the maximum value from the software you’ve picked. Implementing a Software Adoption Strategy could be the key to making sure your team feel comfortable using your new software.
As the weather starts to shift, the nights draw in and the leaves change colour, Autumn is definitely here. Let's take a look at our top 10 Autumn Activities for Toddlers and Babies!
The Leuven Scale is a five point scale that allows childcare practitioners to measure two vital components of learning, development and progress in children – their ’Emotional Well-being’ and ‘Involvement’.
The Early Years Development Journal is created using 14 steps across development age ranges.
The national framework in Scottish schools from the age of 3 to 18 years old is the Curriculum for Excellence (CfE).
These four capacities in the Wellbeing Wheel oversee the 8 areas of learning and development, often referred to as SHANARRI.
Phonics are the relationship between the sounds of the spoken English language and is a method for teaching people how to read and write an alphabetic language.