Early Years Educator

Archived since September 2014

84 issues

Early Years Educator (EYE) is essential reading for anyone working with children aged from birth to five-years-old.

EYE features everything from the power of storytelling to insights into qualifications and training, from analysis of the latest government policy announcements to promoting sustained shared thinking and co-construction of learning, from attachment and mud kitchens, to schemas and children as researchers, and so much more, but most of all, EYE will help you understand why these matter and how you can use them to improve your provision.

EYE is dedicated to helping all members of the early years team improve their practice, from student to room leader, from manager to consultant, and provides the best possible support for the children in their care. EYE is a vital resource that you and your team can rely on for all of your practical and educational needs in the early years, and that caters for the requirements of the revised Early Years Foundation Stage.

The magazine contains: • Up-to-date guidance on the requirements of the revised Early Years Foundation Stage • Expert articles on professional development, training and best practice • Regular contributions from the leading names in early years education • A special 16-page supplement of inspirational practical activity ideas • Essential information and resources to help you develop your career and provide the best possible outcomes for the children in your care

Latest issue

Curriculum:

Nicola Demetriadi explores what the practitioner can do, or rather not do, in order to support children’s learning through the ‘hidden curriculum’.

FOCUS:

David Meechan poses a number of reflective questions around wellbeing, with example case studies looking into the lived experiences of two practitioners. Both individual practitioner wellbeing, as well as workplace wellbeing is explored here.

Mental health:

Psychotherapist and author, Lesley Pemberton, looks into how the pandemic has affected children’s mental health and wellbeing. Practical advice for practitioners and parents includes ‘Five steps to wellbeing’, daily and weekly routines, art therapy and how to spot children and young people who are particularly vulnerable.

Behaviour:

James Boddey reflects on practice in his own setting and introduces the idea of re-framing conflict. The article addresses how seeing through a person-centred lens can be beneficial for everyone involved.

Plus 16 pages of engaging activities linked to the EYFS

Subjects: Business And Professional, Education, Teaching

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Early Years Educator (EYE) is essential reading for anyone working with children aged from birth to five-years-old.

EYE features everything from the power of storytelling to insights into qualifications and training, from analysis of the latest government policy announcements to promoting sustained shared thinking and co-construction of learning, from attachment and mud kitchens, to schemas and children as researchers, and so much more, but most of all, EYE will help you understand why these matter and how you can use them to improve your provision.

EYE is dedicated to helping all members of the early years team improve their practice, from student to room leader, from manager to consultant, and provides the best possible support for the children in their care. EYE is a vital resource that you and your team can rely on for all of your practical and educational needs in the early years, and that caters for the requirements of the revised Early Years Foundation Stage.

The magazine contains: • Up-to-date guidance on the requirements of the revised Early Years Foundation Stage • Expert articles on professional development, training and best practice • Regular contributions from the leading names in early years education • A special 16-page supplement of inspirational practical activity ideas • Essential information and resources to help you develop your career and provide the best possible outcomes for the children in your care

  • First Issue: September 2014
  • Latest Issue: November 2021
  • Issue Count: 84
  • Published: Monthly

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