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How can we overcome the challenges facing early years practitioners and change the future of childcare?

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Understanding and Supporting Children’s Behaviour
Is behaviour good or bad? There are obviously behaviours that are ‘bad’ and it’s clear that the behaviours that impact others physically or emotionally, destroy property or abuse others, are not acceptable and not the way human beings treat each other. However, many behaviours seen as ‘inappropriate’, ‘bad’ or ‘not acceptable’ within schools and early years…
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Calming and Wellbeing Spaces 
For any of us to be ready and able to learn effectively, we need to have the right environment where we feel safe and emotionally secure. At times, the classroom can be an overwhelming place for some children. Having a calming space within the setting provides a safe place to calm, regulate and learn valuable…
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Kate Moxley: Putting wellbeing at the heart of early years
Kate Moxley is a proud and passionate Early Years Consultant, Trainer, and Speaker specialising in wellbeing and mental health.  Founder of the Wellness for All training company and a Mental Health First Aid England Instructor Member, she travels across the UK nurturing teams to develop mentally healthy working environments that improves outcomes for children. …
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Welcome to Empowering Early Years Education
Having a motivated, well-supported and knowledgeable workforce within early years settings is key to supporting child development and wellbeing. Yet, despite its sheer importance, the early years workforce in the UK continues to face a multitude of challenges including high workloads, low pay, limited opportunities for training and career progression and a lack of funding…

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