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Episode 11: The skills developed as an Early Years practitioner with Joss Cambridge-Simmons

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In this episode, Shaddai Tembo is joined again by Joss Cambridge-Simmons, the UK’s leading ‘super manny’ and founder of ‘Jossy Care, to look at self-reflection and other skills needed to work with children in the Early Years.  

Skills and Qualities

Joss discusses the skills and qualities that make a great early years practitioner, including passion, emotional intelligence, and love. He explains the importance of self-care and examining your own feelings and attitudes to avoid successive generations of children experiencing bias and inequality. 

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