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April podcast out! Supporting families in education

Steph Coleman

Written by Steph Coleman

2 min read

#StaffroomSteph is back and the sofa has gone digital during lockdown! We're speaking with Tara Parker and Kirsty Cunnington, both from the incredible National Literacy Trust.

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Who are our guests?

Tara Parker and Kirsty Cunnington manage the Early Years team at the  National Literacy Trust. They work on creating programmes and rolling out practitioner training to support communication and language development of children aged 0-5, in the home environment.

Kirsty Cunnington from National Literacy Trust photo and bio     

Tara Parker from National Literacy Trust photo and bio

What are we discussing? 

Kirsty and Tara are  share their ideas on how early years practitioners can work with families to help them better access education services. 

How do I listen?

Simply click on the link below to tune in! You don’t have to do anything else - no downloads, no registration. Put that kettle on and get ready for some staffroom chat from the comfort of your home.

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Keen to join us on the sofa?

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If you’re interested in hosting a podcast episode at your setting, or remotely,  please get in touch with our host: steph@easypeasyapp.com. You can also follow the early years conversation on social media via #StaffRoomSteph. You are welcome to join our community of over 35,000 practitioners, families and experts to discover, create, play and share learning activities!

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And while you’re here...

Until 31st May 2020, we’re making EasyPeasy completely free! You can share EasyPeasy with parents and families in your community. We're committed to helping everyone better support children and prevent learning delays during lockdown.