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Sue last won the day on November 30 2017

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  1. Early Years Practitioner Term-time only, Monday – Friday Flexible hours available, Job share considered To start ASAP Applicants should have · Level 2 Early Years Education & Childcare qualification · Knowledge of the Early Years Foundation Stage · Previous experience in an Early Years Childcare setting For more information or application details contact Sharon Anderson, Pre-School Manager 01628 604153 / 07960 379772 email office@cippenhambaptistpreschool.co.uk or download from https://www.cippenhambaptistplaygroup.co.uk/vacancies/ This position is subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure Closing date: 26th January 2018
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    Hi Please can you send a email to customer.service@eyfs.info and the product support team can help you
  3. You so can....I don't mind honest
  4. Not helpful but might amuse you :
  5. Brighton & Hove Early Years Team are offering the following training: Attachment training – 29 November, 10am – 4pm This course will look at how practitioners can support the development of a secure base for preschool children. It will explore the theoretical background to early relationships and the impact these have on children's development of secure and insecure attachments. There will be opportunities to consider how a secure base model can be applied in EYFS settings. It is relevant for all professionals who work with children and their families in EYFS settings Find out more and apply here Course open to all not just B&H practitioners
  6. Hi Nicola Welcome to the forum and congratulations on making your first post ::1a I am sure one of the product support team will come along soon and give further answers to your question but I know some users post the next steps information in the additional information box so that they have a record. We are doing lots of work on next steps at the moment and so we hope to simply things for users in the future. For further food for thought do look at our recent articles about next steps here Next steps, choose wisely And The Practicalities of Next Steps
  7. Are you taking in ironing?

    Now there's an idea...turn your home corner into a coffee shop for real :P
  8. Hi There are some shared planning documents in the resource library here (members only content) that might give you some ideas.
  9. Hi There is a topic support called 'Ourselves' here Maybe a few more in this forum area
  10. A good manager reflects on her own practice....you are doing that here surely....looking at identifying your skills and I am sure if some things are listed that you think don't fit you will add them to your CPD list !!! Big Hugs
  11. Hi mrsbat Sorry for the delayed response. You don't need to do anything and you will not lose anything. When you renew your Tapestry account as the LA no longer subscribe your LA membership will be superseded by the combined Tapestry/FSF subscription. This means that the LA discount will no longer apply and you may notice a small increase in the cost of your Tapestry renewal. Your LA membership entitled you to a £20 discount that will no longer be available. You will renew your Tapestry subscription which gives you continued access to the forum and carry on just as you do now ::1a I hope this helps and as you say, many of your fellow local authority members don't use the site just for Tapestry but as a professional network to come and seek and share information
  12. Renewal

    Hi Nat You do not lose the children when you renew, when you renew we update the expiry date of your existing account for a further year and all the data contained remains unchanged. At the end of the academic year you will need to sort out the children leaving you so that you can make room for the new cohort coming in. These tutorials explain what to do with the old cohort: http://eyfs.info/forums/topic/46927-contents-page/ Look at numbers 51 through to 61 Do ask if you have any further questions once you have read them ::1a
  13. Glove up for sun cream?

    Hi Found this from Cancer Research, might be useful: http://publications.cancerresearchuk.org/downloads/product/sspsn.pdf
  14. Next steps

    Have you spotted the Anna Ephgrave article on the forum, find it here