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Welcome to the FSF – a community for early years professionals. Engage in conversations, offer and receive advice and support, make connections. Discover our library of education articles and podcast episodes to enhance your reflective practice. Working together to achieve high-quality early childhood education.
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Alicia Wilkins, a mother who has also been a teacher and a home nursery educator, shares her reflections on the transition from home to early years setting for a parent/carer. 
Jules chats with Suma Din about the support community-based centres offer families: from signposting them to services such as health or library and IT support, to involving parents/carers in their child’s learning and development, and providing new m…
Emma Davis shares how remembering our 'why' can help us to pause, step back and hold onto what is important in our work in the early years.


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