Monthly Archives: March 2012

Southampton University Primary PGCE – Blog Week 3

Various researchers have studied attachment and there are lots of different theories.  Attachment disorder is a sense of loss from physical, love or trust.  We can be attached to things and not just people but important to deal with every child … Continue reading

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Southampton University Primary PGCE Students – Blog Week 2

We found it beneficial to relate what we had learnt in session 2 to our teaching practice. We discussed the possibility of some subjects leading to anxieties in children,  for example: body image in PE and some aspects of science.   We thought that we … Continue reading

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Play-Kenya deliver their second EFA cohort!

I am so proud to announce we have now trained our 2nd cohort in Nakuru Kenya! I am continually overwhelmed at the enthusiasm and commitment shown by our fellow EFA community in Kenya. They totally embrace the learning experience and … Continue reading

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Southampton University PGCE Students Primary EFA

The EFA Team have just started delivering Primary EFA to a group of PGCE Students from Southampton University who will become Newly Qualified Primary School Teachers at the end of June. At the beginning of session 2, the 12 students … Continue reading

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