Early Years Childcarer Magazine

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Early Years Childcarer provides an entertaining and educational read, full of exciting industry insights, news, support, competitions and information to help you run your childcare business.

Includes Home Childcarer – a supplement for UK based childminders and nannies.

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Issue 13 2019

NEWS AND FEATURES

COVENTRY CONVERSATIONS - Before you set off for Childcare Expo at the Ricoh Arena, see who's delivering the entertaining and educational seminars and workshops

A DECADE OF DELIGHT  - We talk to some of the longstanding exhibitors and sponsors as the industry’s favourite trade show rounds off its 10th birthday celebrations

AYE EYE - Laser eye surgery specialist offers advice on how you can help to protect your charges’ eyesight

RUDE HEALTH - Demand for early-years services is at an all-time high and expected to continue to rise, says leading childcare broker Redwoods Dowling Kerr

HORSES FOR COURSES  - Sean Whiting, explains how horse riding can benefit children with autism

SUSTAINABLE THINKING  - Jackie Slaughter asks whether you have thought how you can make your workplace more sustainable

SAFEGUARDING  - It’s never too early to act on your concerns about online safety for children

NANNIES ON TOP  - Our gallery of photos of UK Nanny’s inaugural awards for the sector

SENSORY GARDENS  - Find out how you can create a garden with that special touch and feel

INTERVIEW/COMMENT

FRAMING YOUR FUTURE - Ofsted’s Elaine White says the organisation’s newly released framework adds substance to its meaning

NOT JUST WIND - Francesca Cornwall urges childcarers to be mindful of the way they respond to toddlers’ expressions of mood

YOUNG AND OLD  - A Melton Mowbray nursery shares its inspirational story of the effects of intergenerational play

DON’T MIND THE GAP  - Recognising the physical capabilities of children is as important to their education as narrowing the fabled ‘gap’ in literacy and numeracy skills

SOCIAL SHAKE-UP - @Home Childcare is breathing new life into the childminding sector with an agency model offering varied routes into the profession

MENTAL ATTITUDES - Why recognising the early signs of mental health issues in children has never been more crucial

INSPIRING YOUR LEADERS - Care consultant Jonathan Cunningham explains how he goes about creating leaders and inspiring his team

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LEADER COLUMN and NOTICEBOARD 

POLICY WATCH - Morton Michel's Dan Weir monitors the politics of childcare.

CREATIVE STEPS - New activity ideas from the popular creative ideas magazine.

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