Author Archives: Dora

Empowering Children: Building Confidence, Perseverance, and a Love for Learning

In the realm of early years education, empowering children through self-agency, growth mindset, resilience, and brain science education establishes a strong foundation for their love of learning. Nurture their confidence, perseverance, and belief in their capabilities with practical strategies. Engage with me in the conversation and support children’s development on another level. Learn more about […]

The Big Baffling Behaviours Club: The Pathway to Positive Child Behaviour Support

Children’s Behaviour: The Non-Linear Pathway Navigating the complex world of young children’s behaviour can be both rewarding and challenging for early years educators. As professionals dedicated to nurturing the growth and development of young minds, it’s essential to have access to a supportive community that understands the intricacies of children’s behaviours and provides effective strategies […]

Building Bridges: Embracing Open-Mindedness for Effective Collaboration in Early Years Education

Unveiling the Truths It’s time, I think, to gather around, be brave and address the elephant in the room: the damaging effect , of misinformation and misunderstandings in the early years sector. These myths have been seeping into reception classes, nurseries and preschools, almost every aspect of early education has been tainted to some degree, […]

Nurturing Autonomy in Early Childhood: Fostering Self-Belief and Academic Success

The Responsibility is Ours: As early years professionals, we hold a tremendous responsibility in shaping the lives of young children. One key aspect of their development that deserves our attention is promoting their autonomy. Encouraging independence and self-belief in early childhood not only contributes to their overall well-being but also lays a strong foundation for […]

Unlocking the Power of Child’s Play: Empowering Children in Early Years Education

In the fast-paced world we live in, now, more than ever, the importance of child’s play in early years education cannot be underestimated. Early years professionals, you possess an incredible opportunity to harness the true value of independent, child-led play. That’s why today, I aim to shed light on the amazing benefits children can gain […]

Navigating Challenges in Early Years Education: Accessible and Quality Training Solutions

The Early Years sector faces numerous challenges when it comes to providing quality training that meet the needs of their children and staff. From ensuring staff cover to overcoming time constraints and managing costs, early years managers often find it difficult to access training opportunities that tick all the boxes. However, there is a solution […]