SAPS 63 -As Netflix announce collectible stickers – is it OK to actively encourage kids to binge watch? As a primary school encourages children to play with knives, hammers and fire to toughen them up we discuss how to help our kids take ‘safe’ risks & I’m in conversation with Kathryn Peckham on School Readiness.

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This week’s episode

As Netflix announce collectible stickers –   is it OK to actively encourage kids to binge watch?

As a primary school encourages children to play with knives, hammers and fire to toughen them up we discuss how to help our kids take ‘safe’ risks.

Plus cutting-edge tips about baby teething

 

Sue in conversation with Kathryn Peckham discussing School Readiness

Kathryn is a passionate advocate for children’s access to rich and meaningful experiences throughout their early years. Through her research and her writing, teaching and conferencing she seeks to identify and celebrate the impact of effective experiences on children, as preparation for all of life’s learning.

Delivering training, seminars and short courses for local councils, private nurseries and schools she guides practitioners and teachers in enhancing the experiences they offer.

A highly acclaimed author and member of parliamentary groups, Kathryn regularly writes papers advising manifestos. She also teaches a Masters at the Centre for Research in Early Years (CREC) and is currently gaining her PhD.

Kathryn’s book on Amazon

Don’t Stew – Ask Sue Parenting Q & A

Q. Dear Sue, my 6 year old daughter is a little timid – how do I encourage her to be braver and try new things physically. My son who’s 8 is the total opposite!’ Anne Greenacre from Suffolk.
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