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EYS launches storybook appeal
Early Years Scotland (EYS) has launched a crowdfunding appeal to give hundreds of Scottish children their very own copy of a colourful storybook based on a story written by children in ten nurseries around the country.
Posted December 14, 2020 by Early Years Scotland
Schematic Play - Mini Self Study Course
Early Years Scotland's Professional Learning Academy is offering this online course focusing on how to use schematic play to support children’s play and learning and develop a creative curriculum.
Posted December 01, 2020 by Early Years Scotland
Supporting your Wellbeing: a Self-Care Toolkit. FREE online event
Early Years Scotland is delighted to be teaming up with wellness coach Marie Claire Donnelly to offer workers in Early Learning and Childcare the opportunity to join a FREE one-hour live online session, 'Supporting Your Wellbeing: a Self-Care Toolkit'.
Posted October 29, 2020 by Early Years Scotland
New EYS resource: Checklist to Getting Outdoors for Unregulated Playgroups and Parent & Toddler Groups
Early Years Scotland (EYS) has created a checklist for unregulated playgroups and parent & toddler groups planning to run outdoor sessions.
Posted October 27, 2020 by Early Years Scotland
FREE online course: Supporting Meaningful Parental Engagement
Early Years Scotland is delighted to be able to offer the Early Learning and Childcare (ELC) community in Scotland a free online course thanks to funding from the William Grant Foundation.
Posted October 20, 2020 by Early Years Scotland
Live online event: Let’s Talk about Race – a Critical Conversation
Join Early Years Scotland and Khadija Mohammed of the University of West of Scotland for a live online professional learning event on Tuesday 27 October. The session will provide an opportunity to reflect and discuss early years practice in relation to race, racism and political correctness.
Posted October 14, 2020 by Early Years Scotland
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