June O’Sullivan meets Dr Lala Manners who has enjoyed a long and varied career in the field of Early Years movement studies and physical development: as a teacher, trainer, educator, consultant, researcher, author and broadcaster. They debate the importance of practitioners engaging in physical development and overcoming the fear by getting ‘stuck in’ whilst allowing children to just be.
Talking Early Years
June O’Sullivan meets leading, award-winning expert in Early Years education, Laura Henry. They discuss the power of literacy for children’s long term learning and development, multi-generational relationships and the inspiration behind Laura’s book; JoJo and Gran Gran which has become the first British-made animated TV show for CBeebies centred around the lives of a black family.
June O’Sullivan meets British writer and illustrator Giles Andreae – creator of the playful philosopher Edward Monkton, the inventor of cheeky Purple Ronnie and the man behind many children’s bestsellers including Giraffes Can’t Dance, Rumble In The Jungle and more.
In this episode with Riddl podcast, June O’Sullivan, the CEO of London Early Years Foundation talks about how she reformed from being a charity many years ago into a social business to deliver specific impact.