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Early Years Mental Health Conversations

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A new podcast for the Early Years Sector featuring conversations on Mental Health & Wellbeing.

Latest Episodes

The Early Years Orchestra

Join Kate Moxley and Kerry Payne in a safe space conversation with Jamel Carly Campbell in our fourth podcast in this series exploring, challenging and developing our understanding of race, ethnicity and cultural diversity. We talk with Jamel around representation and his experiences working as a black, male early years practitioner.

48 MIN2 w ago
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The Early Years Orchestra

When You Know Better You Do Better

Join Kate Moxley and Kerry Payne in a safe space conversation with Laura Henry in our third podcast in this series exploring, challenging and developing our understanding of race, ethnicity and cultural diversity. Seeking to learn new ways of working, thinking and discovering action for change that informs pedagogy, practice and develops anti-racist educators.

50 MIN3 w ago
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When You Know Better You Do Better

A Colourful Life

Join Kate Moxley and Kerry Payne in a safe space conversation with Vanessa Belleau as we continue in our series of podcast conversations on race, ethnicity and cultural diversity in Early Years.

59 MIN3 w ago
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A Colourful Life

A reflection on race

Join Kate Moxley and Kerry Payne in safe space of conversation as we begin to explore, understand and challenge our views and beliefs on race, ethnicity and cultural diversity in the Early Years.

18 MIN3 w ago
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A reflection on race

The practitioner I am today?

Join Kerry Payne and I in conversation for the seventh podcast in this series. In this episode we discuss the practitioners we were in our twenties and the practitioners we are now and how important it is not to expect ourselves from other people, understanding we are all imperfect and how this maybe useful to consider our expectations as we begin to reconnect and establish a new type of normal with our team.

31 MINMAY 20
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The practitioner I am today?

How are you feeling?

Join Kerry Payne and I in conversation for the sixth podcast in this series. In this episode we decided to not to talk to one another before we started recording, usually we have a conversation and check in on how we are feeling before we record the content we had agreed upon. What transpired was this conversation, where we talk about anxiety, depression, ADHD, dyslexia, middle child syndrome, confidence and rejection to name a few!

28 MINMAY 19
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How are you feeling?

Leadership in Lock Down

Join Rachel Cannon & Francesca Evans and I in conversation for the fifth podcast in this series. In this episode we discuss the current reality of living in lockdown during covid-19 and like so many of our early years workforce who are on furlough whilst also trying to keep connected with staff, children & families.

45 MINMAY 19
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Leadership in Lock Down

Children's emotional wellbeing in an outdoor nursery

Join Rachel Macbeth Webb and I in conversation for the fourth podcast in this series. In this episode we discuss Rachel's approach at her outdoor nursery Beatle Woods Nursery in Warwickshire which is underpinned by wellbeing with the rights of the child at the centre of all they do. We discuss this around the experience of covid-19 and the possible return and reopening of our early years settings.

31 MINMAY 19
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Children's emotional wellbeing in an outdoor nursery

Emotionally Intelligent Leadership in the Early Years

Welcome to our podcast conversations for the Early Years Sector on Mental Health & Wellbeing. Join Kerry Payne and I in conversation for our third podcast together discussing our lived experience of mental health illness and our honest perspectives on the realities of working in the early years sector. In this episode we discuss the importance of emotionally intelligent leadership.

27 MINMAY 19
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Emotionally Intelligent Leadership in the Early Years

What you really mean when you say, do you want a cup of tea?

Welcome to our podcast conversations for the Early Years Sector on Mental Health & Wellbeing. Join Kerry Payne and I in conversation for our second podcast together discussing our lived experience of mental health illness and our honest perspectives on the realities of working in the early years sector. In this episode we talk about how to support staff who maybe experiencing mental health issues.

18 MINMAY 19
Comments
What you really mean when you say, do you want a cup of tea?

Latest Episodes

The Early Years Orchestra

Join Kate Moxley and Kerry Payne in a safe space conversation with Jamel Carly Campbell in our fourth podcast in this series exploring, challenging and developing our understanding of race, ethnicity and cultural diversity. We talk with Jamel around representation and his experiences working as a black, male early years practitioner.

48 MIN2 w ago
Comments
The Early Years Orchestra

When You Know Better You Do Better

Join Kate Moxley and Kerry Payne in a safe space conversation with Laura Henry in our third podcast in this series exploring, challenging and developing our understanding of race, ethnicity and cultural diversity. Seeking to learn new ways of working, thinking and discovering action for change that informs pedagogy, practice and develops anti-racist educators.

50 MIN3 w ago
Comments
When You Know Better You Do Better

A Colourful Life

Join Kate Moxley and Kerry Payne in a safe space conversation with Vanessa Belleau as we continue in our series of podcast conversations on race, ethnicity and cultural diversity in Early Years.

59 MIN3 w ago
Comments
A Colourful Life

A reflection on race

Join Kate Moxley and Kerry Payne in safe space of conversation as we begin to explore, understand and challenge our views and beliefs on race, ethnicity and cultural diversity in the Early Years.

18 MIN3 w ago
Comments
A reflection on race

The practitioner I am today?

Join Kerry Payne and I in conversation for the seventh podcast in this series. In this episode we discuss the practitioners we were in our twenties and the practitioners we are now and how important it is not to expect ourselves from other people, understanding we are all imperfect and how this maybe useful to consider our expectations as we begin to reconnect and establish a new type of normal with our team.

31 MINMAY 20
Comments
The practitioner I am today?

How are you feeling?

Join Kerry Payne and I in conversation for the sixth podcast in this series. In this episode we decided to not to talk to one another before we started recording, usually we have a conversation and check in on how we are feeling before we record the content we had agreed upon. What transpired was this conversation, where we talk about anxiety, depression, ADHD, dyslexia, middle child syndrome, confidence and rejection to name a few!

28 MINMAY 19
Comments
How are you feeling?

Leadership in Lock Down

Join Rachel Cannon & Francesca Evans and I in conversation for the fifth podcast in this series. In this episode we discuss the current reality of living in lockdown during covid-19 and like so many of our early years workforce who are on furlough whilst also trying to keep connected with staff, children & families.

45 MINMAY 19
Comments
Leadership in Lock Down

Children's emotional wellbeing in an outdoor nursery

Join Rachel Macbeth Webb and I in conversation for the fourth podcast in this series. In this episode we discuss Rachel's approach at her outdoor nursery Beatle Woods Nursery in Warwickshire which is underpinned by wellbeing with the rights of the child at the centre of all they do. We discuss this around the experience of covid-19 and the possible return and reopening of our early years settings.

31 MINMAY 19
Comments
Children's emotional wellbeing in an outdoor nursery

Emotionally Intelligent Leadership in the Early Years

Welcome to our podcast conversations for the Early Years Sector on Mental Health & Wellbeing. Join Kerry Payne and I in conversation for our third podcast together discussing our lived experience of mental health illness and our honest perspectives on the realities of working in the early years sector. In this episode we discuss the importance of emotionally intelligent leadership.

27 MINMAY 19
Comments
Emotionally Intelligent Leadership in the Early Years

What you really mean when you say, do you want a cup of tea?

Welcome to our podcast conversations for the Early Years Sector on Mental Health & Wellbeing. Join Kerry Payne and I in conversation for our second podcast together discussing our lived experience of mental health illness and our honest perspectives on the realities of working in the early years sector. In this episode we talk about how to support staff who maybe experiencing mental health issues.

18 MINMAY 19
Comments
What you really mean when you say, do you want a cup of tea?
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