News and events

shadow role article

Nursery World magazine publish an article about the role of the ToWe Projects Job Shadowing experience in encouraging CPD as part of their Nursery Management Staff Development Spring edition

Job-shadowing in settings both at home and abroad can be a great way to share best practice, reflect on one’s own way of doing things and encourage CPD…..    

0 comments

Early Years Educator magazine’s book review Supporting Toddlers’ Wellbeing in Early Years Settings highlights the work of the ToWe Project.

The ToWe Project is identified as providing the foundation for Supporting Toddlers’ Wellbeing in Early Years Settings highlighting the work of the ToWe Project which helped to develop materials, tools….      

0 comments
Supporting Toddlers’ Wellbeing in Early Years Settings book cover

Supporting Toddlers’ Wellbeing in Early Years Settings book

The ToWe Project Partners are pleased to announce the publication of their book Supporting Toddlers’ Wellbeing in Early Years Settings: Strategies and Tools for Practitioners and Teachers.

0 comments

ToWe team working on the impact of the project to date

Transnational Meetings

Contextualisation of Toddler Wellbeing Training

The updated TODDLER Project materials will provide a starting point for this event and is an opportunities for the EYPs from the Setting Partners to explore the context of wellbeing and the projects content and materials. It provides EYPs with the opportunity to create a reflective dialogue which will continue through the use of the discussion board and Job Shadowing.

Job Shadowing

Between March – May 2017

The job shadowing will be between Achieving for Children, Sandnes Kommune (Sandvedhaugen Barnehage), Petita Escola and Suara Serveis (Mas Balmanya) taking place between March and May 2017 with early years practitioners from each setting visiting each other for 5 days.

Read the Job shadowing aims

The Job Shadowing is happening in:

ToWe International Trainers’ Workshops

This international training event is for early years lecturers, trainers, researchers, policy makers. The University Partners will outline the project process and materials produced with presentations on Toddlers’ Wellbeing , Toddlers’ Voice and Expressions, Toddlers’ Meal Times, Toddlers’ Additional Language(s) and Case Study Impact Report of ToWe. EYPs from the Setting Partners with be sharing their experiences, reflections and outcomes.

ToWe Local Practitioner Workshop

Between September 2017—February 2018

Held by:

  1. Achieving for Children
  2. Sandnes Kommune
  3. Universitat Ramon Llull

These events will present the projects materials and Early Years Practitioners experiences of the Toddlers’ Wellbeing , Toddlers’ Voice and Expressions, Toddlers’ Meal Times and Toddlers’ Additional Language(s).