Parents as partners in the Early Years Foundation Stage - Principles into practice
Solidly grounded in theory and practice, this book will assist practitioners to examine their setting and enable them to embed partnership with parents into their practice
Taking action for racial equality in the early years – understanding the past, thinking about the present, planning for the future
This essential resource provides a framework for good practice in racial equality for everyone working in the early years sector, and gives practitioners the tools and knowledge to implement race equality policies and action plans
The authors show how an innovative program – an unexpected partnership between an Aboriginal tribal council and the University of Victoria’s School of Child and Youth Care – has strengthened community capacity to design and deliver culturally appropriate programs to support young children’s development.
A guide to practice with under-threes
Fully updated to reflect new developments in early years provision and guidance, this book which is aimed at people who work with children under three in childcare settings or in the family home
More listening to young children using the Mosaic approach
An accessible guide to using the ground-breaking Mosaic approach to explore with young children their understanding and views on the use of outdoor space.
A framework for early childhood practitioners
Provides a useful framework to enable early childhood practitioners to understand, support and extend the learning of young children from birth to 8 years.
Outdoor play and the early years curriculum
Using examples of good practice, this guide looks at how to plan for outdoor play as part of a whole curriculum, challenging the assumption that playing out of doors is an optional extra
How they can help us plan their care and education
A classic book which helps practitioners to interpret what four-year-olds are really saying and shows how their views can be used to plan their care and education.
Caring for children from birth to three
An accessible book based on research which highlights the importance of one-to-one relationships with young children for fostering their well-being and their ability to learn
A guide to recognising and responding to child abuse
Practical and accessible, this book provides all the answers to questions that early years practitioners have about safeguarding children, including information on abuse and advice on responding to concerns
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