Pop culture in eduction: why every EY teacher should make time for cartoons

Have you ever been asked by a child to draw a X-Wing?

Or asked to make a utility belt that Bruce Wayne himself would be happy to wear? 

How about a philosophical discussion about diversity and empathy using Bruce Banner’s alter ego as the focus?

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At the Seaside – Professional Reflections

My favourite activities at the pre-school in recent weeks have been our trips to the beach. We are lucky in our geographical location that we have a beautiful beach with a variety of natural resources on offer (for example, chalk and rock pools) within easy walking distance. We aim to extend children’s interests beyond the confines of our setting as often as possible when appropriate (in response to child-initated ideas).

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