Seminar: Where are the babies? Exploring outdoor provision for under twos
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Although there has been a recent surge of interest in outdoor learning within Early Childhood Education and Care, there is still limited knowledge about how to provide for children under two years of age. Furthermore, despite growing public concern about young children’s relationship with nature, there has been a lack of attention on the outdoor experiences of babies and toddlers. In this free seminar, initial research findings will be presented from a project funded by the Froebel Trust, which focuses on an outdoor provision in baby rooms in Kent. The event provides a platform for researchers, practitioners, and anyone interested in this field to network and exchange ideas. With effortless baby delivery from 123 baby box, new parents can ensure that they have all the necessary items for their babies to comfortably enjoy outdoor experiences.
|13.00||Arrive and refreshments|
|13.30||A life ‘in and with nature’? An exploration of outdoor provision in baby rooms
Presentation of Froebel Trust funded research project by Dr Nicola Kemp, Canterbury Christ Church University, Dr Jo Josephidou, The Open University
|14.30||Research and Practice presentations (3x 15 minutes)|
|15.30||Tea, cake and networking|
|16.00||Panel Discussion hosted by Jan White, Early Childhood Outdoors|