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Early Years Conversation‪s‬ KateMoxleyWellnessForAll

    • Mental Health
    • 5.0 • 11 Ratings

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    SEND Teachers who teach

    SEND Teachers who teach

    This week, we were joined by Melissa, who is a trainee teacher and SEND advocate. We invited Melissa onto the podcast because she is so passionate about children's rights and she kindly shared her own experiences of ADHD and Dyslexia. The early years is not a homogenous group, and we thought it was important to highlight that we each come with our own identities, diversities, traits, differences and struggles. This episode gets us thinking about how we equip our children with a strong sense of identity when they have learning differences, and if we don't see children's strengths what implications does this have? We hope you enjoy!

    • 46 min
    Compassion Fatigue

    Compassion Fatigue

    Join Kate and Kerry in our second episode of season two as we explore compassion fatigue, learning what it is and how it affects early years educators, and why it may show up. We answer some questions we received from listeners and discuss meaningful and intentional steps we can take to address it. Please note sensitive subjects are discussed in this episode.

    • 48 min
    YIKES at 2021

    YIKES at 2021

    Welcome to Season Two of the Early Years Conversations Podcast. Join Kate Moxley and Kerry Payne in our first episode of 2021 as we continue our safe space conversations.
    In Yikes at 2021, we talk about lots of different things as we try to navigate this new year but the key message is that it’s okay that we are up and down and all around with our wellbeing at the moment. 

    • 37 min
    Varinder''s Podcast Takeover

    Varinder''s Podcast Takeover

    On #WorldMentalHealthDay we are delighted to be bringing you this special edition podcast takeover as part of early years wellbeing week, hosted by Varinder Kaur Johal.


    Varinder is joined by her friend and colleague Gurpreet Kaur and together they invite us into what is essentially a chat between two friends on embracing diversity, faith and culture.


    They met whilst completing their teacher training and talk us through their lived experiences as NQT'S and reflect upon ineffective teacher training, teacher burnout, and experiencing bullying and racism*.



    ** Please note in this episode there is talk of suicide towards the very end of the episode and reference to derogatory language and upsetting experiences that both Varinder and Gurpreet have encountered. Please apply self-care. 


    • 38 min
    The Magic of Childhood

    The Magic of Childhood

    Join Kate & Kerry in this series of special edition podcasts for early years wellbeing week. In this episode, we are joined by Sonia Mainstone-Cotton and Greg Botrill as we discuss supporting children's emotional wellbeing and mental health, finding joy and the magic of childhood. View this episode as a vod-cast here on Facebook 
    Sonia Mainstone-Cotton 
    Greg Botrill

    • 36 min
    A parents companion

    A parents companion

    Join Kate & Kerry in this series of special edition podcast for early years wellbeing week. In this episode, we are joined by Suzy Rowland, author of S.E.N.D in the clowns. We discuss checking in with how we really feel, leaning on each other, neurodiversity, SEND parenting and teaching. Plus a whole lot more on taking care of and understanding our mental health. 

    • 47 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

mumtotwins30 ,

Great podcasts

I have started to listen to the podcasts from Kate and already looking forward to the others. Some real food for thought and great advice. Listening to other professionals is inspiring. Thanks Kate.

Yikes has to be my word for 2021

AnnaLucas2020 ,


These podcasts are just wonderful! Open, honest and human! Everyone can relate! Thanks so much to you all! I’m booking me time out this weekend to listen to more! Anna Lucas x

LXQ189 ,

Lovely Resource

Really enjoyed listening to these podcasts. As an early year practitioner it’s lovely to hear different practices in place to support wellbeing. Lots of lovely ideas to take away and put into my own practice. Great resource for early years settings.

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