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January Podcast: Children’s self regulation

Steph Coleman

Written by Steph Coleman

2 min read

With a different staff room sofa taking centre stage in each podcast episode, we aim to bring you closer to the early years conversation. Check out our first podcast of 2020 by simply clicking on this link. You don’t have to do anything else - no downloads, no participation required! Put that kettle on and get ready for some staff room chat.

photo of staffroom podcast guests Fliss James, Sarah Read and Steph Coleman

What can I expect from this episode?

Our guests are going to be discussing and sharing insights on children’s self regulation. We’ll be delving into exactly what self regulation is, why it’s so crucial, as well as highlighting the need to focus on self regulation development in early years. Our special guests will also draw on their own experience to share tips and examples for our listeners to take away.

You can also learn more about EasyPeasy’s impact on children’s cognitive self regulation here. Our work is backed by evidence from four evaluations conducted by the University of Oxford and Durham University, which all found that EasyPeasy improves children’s cognitive self-regulation.

Who’s on the sofa? 

We’re pleased to welcome in the new year on the staffroom sofa at Spring Violet Melchett Nursery, which is an Action for Children setting in West London. Meet Early Years practitioner and Consultant, Fliss James and Sarah Read, Head of Early Years at Action for Children, who will be hosting this episode!

photo and bio for Sarah Read from Action for Children

photo and bio for Fliss James from Action for Children

How do I get involved?

If you’re interested in hosting a podcast episode at your setting, please get in touch with our team: steph@easypeasyapp.com. You can also follow the early years conversation on social media #StaffRoomSteph.

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