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  • Podcast: Supporting Children with Social, Emotional and Mental Health Needs Part 2

    Information - 18 February 2020 Member Only

    In this podcast we continue our discussion with Juliet Davies, a Children’s Centre Coordinator and Lead for Special Educational Needs and Donna Gaywood, a Children’s Centre Teacher from Bath and North East Somerset. Juliet and Donna discuss the support in place for children with Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs in their area.

  • Podcast : Supporting Children with Social, Emotional and Mental Health Needs Part 1

    Information - 17 February 2020

    In this podcast we hear from Juliet Davies, a Children’s Centre Coordinator and Lead for Special Educational Needs and Donna Gaywood, a Children’s Centre Teacher from Bath and North East Somerset. Juliet and Donna discuss the support in place for children with Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs in their area.

  • Podcast: Creating Welcomes and Inclusion in Early Years Settings

    Information - 17 February 2020 Member Only

    In this podcast we hear from John Parry, an academic and senior lecturer in Early Childhood for the Open University, about creating welcomes. John outlines the importance of creating a welcoming environment that accepts and values difference and talks about why creating welcomes is important when developing inclusive practice.

  • Podcast: Supporting Children with Social, Emotional and Mental Health Needs Part 1

    17 February 2020 Member Only

    In this podcast we hear from Juliet Davies, a Children’s Centre Coordinator and Lead for Special Educational Needs and Donna Gaywood, a Children’s Centre Teacher from Bath and North East Somerset. Juliet and Donna discuss the support in place for children with Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs in their area.

  • Podcast: Supporting the Development of Friendships and the Importance of Listening to Children in Early Years Settings

    Information - 17 February 2020 Member Only

    In this podcast we hear from John Parry, an academic and senior lecturer in Early Childhood for the Open University, about building friendships and how early years practitioners can support children with SEND to develop those friendships. John also talks about the importance of listening to very young children and the different approaches settings use to really tune in and learn more about a child’s perspective.