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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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Themes

At The Curiosity Approach®, our aim is to change the way we educate children and allow them to play FREE from the constraints of predetermined ideas, topics and adult chosen ‘ themes‘. ...

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My Mother the Carboot Queen

A Daughters perspective of living with the “Car Boot Queen” Written by Olivia Bennett. It was a few years ago when my Mum first took me to a car boot, this was before I worked at her nursery, Lov...

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Expectations amongst your Early Years Tribe

Do you work in an Early Years setting? Are you struggling with your team or what we call our TRIBE? Do you find that the easiest of jobs aren’t being completed or resources are being lost and mi...

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Recycle, salvage and revamp.

In our throwaway society, we need to be creative in our ideas & ways to help reduce the impact on the environment. To recycle salvage & revamp old furniture, stopping it being thrown in...

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Inspiring winter wonder in Early Years

As Educators, we need to recapture the wonder of Winter. This has sadly been lost on many adults and unfortunately seen as an ordeal to be endured! As Early Years Educators it is essential we s...

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Look at your environment with fresh eyes!

Look at your environment with FRESH EYES See through the eyes of a child! Environments don’t have to be a primary colour explosion to appeal to little children. Playspa...

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Join the Weetabix revolution!

Join the Weetabix revolution, advocates for CHANGE. At The Curiosity Approach, we are bravely raising our heads above the parapet to bring a forward-thinking approach to Early ...

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Curious babies – Let’s reflect.

What activities do you ‘plan’ for your babies? Are you constantly trying to provide a wealth of activities to ‘PROVE’ you are meeting all areas of their development! A tick box array of pre...

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Do aprons stop a child’s learning?

Sometimes it’s a struggle to get a child to wear an apron. Do some children refuse to wear an apron and therefore never engage in messy activities? When a ch...

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Because we’ve always done it that way !

The world is changing, we are entering a technological age. How will our children cope in the future? What jobs will they do, when many traditional careers are automated? At the...

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