There is still a lot of misunderstanding as to what resilience really is - Andi Smart discusses
Whilst the festive season may be very different in 2020, we are still likely to over indulge...
In just a few days we have had to adjust to a whole new way of relating to one another.
The world might be a little scary at the moment. If not for you, for those that rely on you for their care. That’s understandable.
In the past few years, as I travelled the world while also working in the Nanny Industry, I have realised that no matter the cultural differences, the laws, or language barrier, domestic workers are facing the same issues.
So, previously I shared with you my inspiration for entering early childhood education as a profession, and my aim to better understand and support mental health needs in educational settings.
Good practice is a term that is widely used within professionals, especially within a childcare environment.
Do you remember what it was like to attend your very first school? Would you describe it as a ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ experience? If you can find the words to describe your experience at your first school, then you are on your way to understanding th
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