Posts Tagged Cultural Capital

A fond farewell to 2012… or should that be ‘Au Revoir’?

As we rush to the end of a very speedy 2012, I thought I would review the year through the lenses of my 42 blogs. From RiRi to the Spice Girls and Bedouin Tents to Scottish Islands, it’s clear that LEYF has had an eventful year. Back in January 2012, we started the year with […]

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The importance of Cultural Capital, or how every child deserves a little Water Music more than just now and again.

An invitation to speak at the Early Arts UnConference at the MAC in Birmingham led to my reflecting back on why I started to investigate cultural capital as a core of the LEYF learning approach. This was long before the days of the EYFS, so the raft of information, guidance and research we have since […]

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LEYF Staff Conference: Building a better future for more of London’s Children

Every year we hold our annual LEYF conference when we celebrate our achievements over the past 12 months and present our plans for the year to come. The conference days always balance up-beat speakers with active involvement, and over the years we have formed a strong relationship with our Scottish colleagues – especially Alice Sharp […]

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