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EYS Chief Executive Statement on the Glasgow Communities Fund
Early Years Scotland (EYS) Chief Executive, Jane Brumpton, has issued a statement following the announcement that our application to the Glasgow Communities Fund has been unsuccessful.
Posted September 03, 2020 by Early Years Scotland
Transitional Support Fund open for applications 3 September
The Transitional Support Fund, aimed at helping childcare providers in the private, voluntary and not-for profit sectors meet the extra costs incurred complying with COVID-19 public health guidance , will open for applications tomorrow, Wednesday 3 September.
Posted September 02, 2020 by Early Years Scotland
Still time to book your place for our Messy Maths Virtual Masterclass
Author Juliet Robertson will offer a practical masterclass full of ideas and resources to inspire you to tap into the endless supply of patterns, textures, colours and quantities of the outdoors to deepen children's understanding of maths through hands-on experience.
Posted September 02, 2020 by Early Years Scotland
Revised Running a Parent & Toddler Group: a Code of Practice now available
The newly revised Early Years Scotland publication, Running a Parent & Toddler Group: a Code of Practice*, is now available the documents a-z section of the My EYS members’ area of the website.
Posted August 19, 2020 by Early Years Scotland
Book now for our next live webinar on practitioner and parental wellbeing
Join Early Years Scotland for an exclusive interactive webinar in which Child Development Trainer/Consultant Stan Godek turns his focus on practitioner & parental wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Posted August 03, 2020 by Early Years Scotland
Free podcast on practitioner and parental wellbeing during COVID-19
The second of Early Years Scotland’s free podcasts with Child Development Trainer/Consultant Stan Godek is now available.
Posted July 23, 2020 by Early Years Scotland
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