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A Unique Child

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Getting to the essence of what it means to be a unique child, a professor and four Early Years practitioners discuss EYFS starting at birth, addressing inclusive practice and how EYFS should encourage measured risk taking.

Discussing the implications of the new EYFS and examining how some practitioners are interpreting its themes and commitments are Professor Christine Pascal and four practitioners from Birmingham and Leeds.

Using footage from EYFS Today videos, in which the panel members appear, they stimulate debate on children's emotional and social awareness, and how to create an environment that nurtures the unique nature of every child.

Part of the series: EYFS Today

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