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Sweden's informal and play-centred early schooling may be the reason the average six-year-old can neither read nor write. Yet by age ten pupils have the highest levels of literacy in Europe. Early Years: How Do They Do it in Sweden? investigates this surprising success.

 

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Wednesday 12.30pm and 8.30pm

 

How do they do it in Sweden?

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Thanks for that! I am really interested in how other people teach the early years!

I've just read the comments and well, I think I want to go over to Sweden now!!!!

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I've just watched 2 programmes from Teachers TV, the one from Sewden and another from a nursery in Worcestershire which from what I could see are based on a 'no topic' approach. The programme focuses on listening and questioning.

Links to both programmes are here

 

Sweden

 

Worcestershire Nursery - Listening and questioning

 

Listening and questioning - the debate

 

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There's also another programme you can watch here, hosted by Jonathan Dimbleby. It debates 'how early should formal education begin?'

 

Jonathan Dimbley

 

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