Curious bits & bobs
The Curiosity Approach is more than just beautiful play spaces… So grab a cuppa, settle down and delve deeply inside our articles...
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Do Curiosity Approach settings have displays?
At The Curiosity Approach® we are advocates for calm, neutral backgrounds for any displays to let learning shine through, making it become visible! But also we do this to create a sense of calm...Read article
Why ‘Beauty' is needed in our Early Childhood Centres?
Beauty is innate within us all. Young children are very aware of this and are drawn to it too! Our resources and presentation that we offer within our settings should reflect beauty; from the d...Read article
What do Curiosity Approach® settings look like? The transformational journey .
Are you curious about The Curiosity Approach®? Keen to see how you too can make change within your own setting? To see the transformational journey of Early Childhood settings who have embarked upo...Read article
5 tips to get Early Years outdoors
At The Curiosity Approach, we look to embrace the great outdoors and the natural unfolding of a child. In this difficult time of a pandemic and children returning to schools and Early Ye...Read article
How to create Rhythms and routines at home
As we all find ourselves in challenging times, how can we look to survive time isolated at home with young children? Anxiety levels may be high for adults and young children, therefore ...Read article
Worksheets, why they cast a shadow on Early Years?
At The Curiosity Approach, we are transforming Early years practice & pushing back on the Academics & testing of young children. Worksheets ARE a test. A record of their achieve...Read article
How to put the BOOK, back into World BOOK DAY?
Over the years, World Book Day has sadly become more about dressing up, than the love of books & appreciation of stories. Families across the country get stressed ...Read article
Why you must respect play in Early Years?
A teeny tiny tea set of miniature proportion is a replica of the real thing, created by toy companies to fill a need ?! (REALLY?) Slowly over time in Early Years, we have come to accept that ...Read article
I thought this would be a great way to introduce myself as one of the newest members of the Curiosity Approach tribe. I join the team with a wealth of knowledge and experience gained o...Read article
Why we don't use plastic toys
"Nurseries without toys" One of the many reasons why we don't use plastic toys. The Curiosity Approach use authentic resources or 'real items' such as ceramics and breakables in play...Read article