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‘It is inspiring to see a text which attempts to shift our worldview. This shift could give us the chance to achieve more open, inclusive, democratic early childhood practice that has the capacity to answer the deeper questions and which sees both parents and children as powerful and positive agents in their own futures’
- Chris Pascal and Tony Bertram, Directors of the Centre for Research in Early Childhood (CREC)
The role of parents in the early years is fundamental. In order to achieve the best outcomes for children, mutually beneficial relationships between parents and practitioners need to underpin children's care and learning.
There are many services for children and many different settings in which care and education can take place. Whether you work in children's centres, outreach ...
Chapter 3: The Value of Practitioners Being with Children and Parents Together
The Value of Practitioners Being with Children and Parents Together