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Double standards or just don’t care?

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  • Friday, September 11, 2020
The world is full of contradictions and here is a BIG one. I recently read in the Financial Times that the global management consultants, McKinsey & Company earned a whopping £560,000 for giving ‘vision’ to a new English pandemic body.

Standing tall for early years

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  • Wednesday, June 17, 2020
To mark Empathy Day (9 June), we launched our Standing Tall for Early Years campaign ­– with a call for all early years settings across the UK to join together in planting sunflower seeds with children and celebrate the sector’s move towards a fresh new chapter – especially after a turbulent few months.

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

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  • 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

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  • 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.

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