It’s strange, and when I come to think of it very strange, that it never occurred to me in England or Scotland, and that it was only when I was teaching in Penang, Malaysia that the penny dropped. Just a bit of background: since 2002 (that’s not long after the Webmag began) I have been … Read more
What are the fundamental concepts which should underpin our work?
Unmeasurable and immeasurably important
A Conference Report on EYPS, children’s books and disability, ADHD, children’s achievements, loving relationships, gifted children, and twins
Checking on the basic aims of schooling
Searching for Values in a Competitive Age
Why there is a gulf between official systems and the needs of individuals
An important question – and a chance to hear more at a conference
The book reflects Mill Grove and what it has to offer.
Love is an under-used word in child care.
Introducing Love This month we have a Special Issue on a single theme – as well as quite a number of articles not on the special theme. The theme is Love, a word which has been virtually taboo in child care circles over the last couple of decades. But times are changing, and the Christian … Read more
The ideas behind the book, new perspectives on child development and the challenge to the Church
Thinking aloud about providing security in primary education with love
Why this book is really interesting – and may prove to be important
Book Review by Jo-Joy Wright
Art in the gallery, and creativity in living