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Returning to nursery on 1st June

When we were told by the Prime Minster on the 10th May that we would be able to open on the 1st June we began to plan how we would do this, given we would need to abide by any rules that would emerge from the Department for Education guidance.

Pause to learn

Since I have been operating the LEYF business from home, I’ve increased my video conferencing to check-in everyday with the 15 nursery hubs that still remain open.

Like the summer of 76

  • Friday, March 27, 2020
The effects of the coronavirus on children’s wellbeing needs careful attention and considered behaviours from all of us. We need to support children with safety and trust. As adults, workers or parents we should offer simple information, by being honest, available and present, and answering questions.

The march of the mothers in March

  • Friday, March 13, 2020
March is the yellow month. The month of daffodils and watery sun. March brings a sense of hope, energy and optimism; the winter is behind us and there is a sense of rebirth as spring begins to unfold.

So the results are in…

  • Tuesday, February 18, 2020
The consultation has closed and we now await the government’s response to our feedback about the proposed changes to the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and the Early Learning Goals.

The male only apprentice group

  • Monday, January 27, 2020
Can we do this? Will we break the law? The HR director rolled his eyes and said Ohhhhh, let me double check! I said: “Make it happen, It is hugely necessary”. Why? Because less than four per cent of the early years sector are male.

A letter to Boris

  • Friday, December 20, 2019
Dear Prime Minister, Welcome and I wish good fortune as you build the right team around you to deliver your election promises. While I realise there are big issues that will be occupying your mind such as Brexit, I wish to be a bit parochial and draw your attention to the world of early years.

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