This is the first of the long awaited Mini Booklet Series by Aaron Bradbury.
Early Years Reviews Mini Booklet Series Early Years Supervision: A Practitioners Guide
The Early Years Foundation Stage 0-5 in the United Kingdom has a wide range of professionals working within the sector, including practitioners, leaders, family support workers, outreach services and educational establishments. This mini guide is not like what you have read previously, yes, I will be giving you the how’s and why’s of such provisions, but, it will ask you to take that step back from your role as both a supervisor and supervisee. But this handbook is more about the information you may need and what are you going to do with it?
This short booklet contains a step-by-step guide to Supervision, the various elements, benefits and how they should be implemented plus also some handy templates.
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About the Author
Aaron is a Principal Lecturer in Early Childhood at Nottingham Trent University with a specialism in Early Help, Child Development and Child Protection. Aaron has been working in the Early Years / Childhood sector since leaving formal education. Since graduating he has been heavily involved in the Early Years and has worked in this sector for the majority of his career; he has also taught Early Years and Care in Further Education. He considers himself fortunate to work for Sure Start and Short Breaks for Children with Disabilities where he led a large team. He has also been a Children’s Commissioner for Public Health and Social Care.
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