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James Hempsall OBE explains how you can create the right culture in your Early Years setting to promote fundamental British ideals through management
There are issues to work through with the extended entitlement, but they can be overcome, says James Hempsall OBE
Equalities is a journey, and people make mistakes as their awareness develops, but it's important to keep challenging entrenched views and beliefs
For a community or charity-managed setting to work well, you need a capable managing committee. James Hempsall OBE explains how to get things off to a good start...
We all use a huge range of movements and gestures, and all have the capacity to strengthen, limit or even harm our message.
As parents' working hours continue to deviate from the 'usual' Monday to Friday, 9-5, early years setting have had to keep up. When the 30-hours extended entitlement kicks in, this will get even trickier
Despite our best efforts to do the best and fairest things, sometimes the decisions we make aren’t popular, and every leader needs to be prepared for that
British Values requires early years practitioners to promote many things, and one of them is democracy. But how democratic is your leadership at work?
Be a role model to staff and children by practising open and honest decision-making in your early years setting…
We must offer talk-rich spaces in the EYFS, says James Hempsall...
James Hempsall explains why team working is harder than it looks
As leaders it is vital we understand the dynamics of team development
In the first of a regular series of columns for Teachwire, James Hempsall OBE outlines how the new Childcare Works support programme will assist settings with implementing the government's 30-hour offer...
Do you avoid having that difficult conversation with a member of staff, instead spending time with happier colleagues? Do you leave your finances or spreadsheets unmanaged, instead occupying yourself working with children or parents?
James Hempsall helps you get the best out of teachers and learners alike
"Some of what I've seen online this year has not reflected our sector's leadership, tolerance and commitment to equality," says James Hempsall
"Obviously the content of your emails is important, but so is your email address. What is yours? It should be professional, not personal."
Some organisations devote whole teams to managing complaints. In early years we don’t have that luxury; it’s yet another one of those things we must all do
AV technology is now a key enabler of superior learning outcomes for every educational institution. In a fast-moving environment, staying abreast of what’s possible today, and what will be possible tomorrow,...
This resource forms one part of a topic on ‘Cell Explorer’. You can find videos and interactive resources for this topic on the GSK STEM Education website, here, and find the other...
Finding new and interesting ways to cover the same old maths topics can be a...
Andy Collard has started thinking differently about the inspectorate – and he’s not afraid to say...
Dance like a twinkling star, explore fluorescent colours, conduct a chameleon hunt, and much, much...
Supporting parents makes children's lives easier, says Surrey Square Primary headteacher Nicola Noble...