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The Foundation Stage Forum Limited, creators of 'Tapestry', the online learning journal, publish podcasts on a wide variety of hot topics within the areas of early years education and technology. Visit us at eyfs.info for more information and to join in our lively professional forum for teachers and everyone involved in early years.

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The Foundation Stage Forum Limited, creators of 'Tapestry', the online learning journal, publish podcasts on a wide variety of hot topics within the areas of early years education and technology. Visit us at eyfs.info for more information and to join in our lively professional forum for teachers and everyone involved in early years.

    Creating a supportive community of educators with Black Teachers Connect

    Creating a supportive community of educators with Black Teachers Connect

    Stephen and Jules chatted with Rhia Gibbs, Founder and CEO of Black Teachers Connect. They discussed why community and connection is so important for Black educators, and for all educators. Why it is vital that Black children see themselves represented in those who teach them, and why it is important for white children to have Black teachers as we reflect on the society we hope for our children’s future. Rhia also talked about how Diversity and Excellence come together.

    If you enjoy these podcasts from the Education Team at Tapestry, make sure to subscribe to be notified when we post new episodes.

    For more information on Tapestry please visit our website or contact us by email:
    https://tapestry.info/index.html
    customer.service@eyfs.info
    Twitter: @Tapestry_FSF

    Intro Song: Rising Spirits
    Music by Jay Man - OurMusicBox
    http://www.youtube.com/c/ourmusicbox

    • 38 min
    Movement and Active Play in the Early Years

    Movement and Active Play in the Early Years

    Tania Swift, physical development expert and founder of b inspired, discusses the impact of physical activity on children's development. She offers advice on incorporating inclusive physical activities into all areas of the EYFS, and outlines what children need to become proficient in the physical skills of balance, coordination and spatial awareness.

    If you enjoy these podcasts from the Education Team at Tapestry, make sure to subscribe to be notified when we post new episodes.

    For more information on Tapestry please visit our website or contact us by email:
    https://tapestry.info/index.html
    customer.service@eyfs.info
    Twitter: @Tapestry_FSF

    Intro Song: Rising Spirits
    Music by Jay Man - OurMusicBox
    http://www.youtube.com/c/ourmusicbox

    • 49 min
    Recover with MOVE

    Recover with MOVE

    Stephen and Jack are joined by Charlotte Peck who is the director of MOVE Europe and Simon Wright who is the MOVE coordinator at Cherry Garden School. Charlotte and Simon tell us about the benefits of the MOVE programme which enables disabled children and young adults to gain independent movement. They also discuss the additional challenges that disabled children have faced over the last 12 months and how the new initiative 'Recover with MOVE' aims to help.

    • 37 min
    Supporting engagement with families and communities with Maslaha

    Supporting engagement with families and communities with Maslaha

    Jack and Jules chat with Latifa Akay and Emily Mason about Maslaha’s Schools with Roots Project. They discuss the impact of our Eurocentric Curriculum, the need for sustainable anti-racist practice in schools, the different ways schools can engage with their families and communities and the benefits of that engagement for families, staff and children.

    • 48 min
    Combining knowledge and creativity to make effective sensory resources

    Combining knowledge and creativity to make effective sensory resources

    Stephen and Jules chat with Joanna Grace, founder of The Sensory Projects, about the importance of knowing how to use the sensory resources you have, being reflective in your practice, how to listen with all your senses, and why the best sensory resources are tailored to the individual child.

    If you enjoy these podcasts from the Education Team at Tapestry, make sure to subscribe to be notified when we post new episodes.

    For more information on Tapestry please visit our website or contact us by email:
    https://tapestry.info/index.html
    customer.service@eyfs.info
    Twitter: @Tapestry_FSF

    Intro Song: Rising Spirits
    Music by Jay Man - OurMusicBox
    http://www.youtube.com/c/ourmusicbox

    • 37 min
    Inclusion and diverse teaching in early years

    Inclusion and diverse teaching in early years

    Ben and Jack chat with Aaron Bradbury Coffey, chair of the LGBTQIA+ Early Years Working group. They discuss the launch of the magazine and the importance and reasons for ensuring that our teaching in early years is as inclusive and diverse as possible.

    If you enjoy these podcasts from the Education Team at Tapestry, make sure to subscribe to be notified when we post new episodes.

    For more information on Tapestry please visit our website or contact us by email:
    https://tapestry.info/index.html
    customer.service@eyfs.info
    Twitter: @Tapestry_FSF

    Intro Song: Rising Spirits
    Music by Jay Man - OurMusicBox
    http://www.youtube.com/c/ourmusicbox

    • 32 min

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