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Teach Early Years Magazine Vol. 10 No.2 Back Issue

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There have been a lot of changes over the last six months.

The biggest change affecting everybody has been the coronavirus lockdown. It has thrown up major challenges for everybody in the sector. These have been very difficult times for settings everywhere and we still don’t know how things will turn out. However, settings have risen admirably to the challenge.

The full return brings a lot of worry and anxiety. Children coming back into settings, maybe for the first time since March, will feel disconnected and it will take time for them to settle back in. Every child is going to have had a different and unique experience of lockdown, some better than others. It may be particularly difficult for children with SEND to make the change to the ‘new normal’.

But it isn’t just the children that may have difficulty in coming back to work. It is important that staff mental wellbeing is taken into account and any fears that they may have in coming back to the workplace.
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Teach Early Years

Vol. 10 No.2 There have been a lot of changes over the last six months. The biggest change affecting everybody has been the coronavirus lockdown. It has thrown up major challenges for everybody in the sector. These have been very difficult times for settings everywhere and we still don’t know how things will turn out. However, settings have risen admirably to the challenge. The full return brings a lot of worry and anxiety. Children coming back into settings, maybe for the first time since March, will feel disconnected and it will take time for them to settle back in. Every child is going to have had a different and unique experience of lockdown, some better than others. It may be particularly difficult for children with SEND to make the change to the ‘new normal’. But it isn’t just the children that may have difficulty in coming back to work. It is important that staff mental wellbeing is taken into account and any fears that they may have in coming back to the workplace.


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There have been a lot of changes over the last six months.

The biggest change affecting everybody has been the coronavirus lockdown. It has thrown up major challenges for everybody in the sector. These have been very difficult times for settings everywhere and we still don’t know how things will turn out. However, settings have risen admirably to the challenge.

The full return brings a lot of worry and anxiety. Children coming back into settings, maybe for the first time since March, will feel disconnected and it will take time for them to settle back in. Every child is going to have had a different and unique experience of lockdown, some better than others. It may be particularly difficult for children with SEND to make the change to the ‘new normal’.

But it isn’t just the children that may have difficulty in coming back to work. It is important that staff mental wellbeing is taken into account and any fears that they may have in coming back to the workplace.
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Each issue is packed full of advice for nursery practitioners, owners and managers; early years teachers; and childminders, including:
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Ideas and opinions from early years experts.
Tips on running a sustainable childcare business.
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