It’s strange, and when I come to think of it very strange, that it never occurred to me in England or Scotland, and that it was only when I was teaching in Penang, Malaysia that the penny dropped. Just a bit of background: since 2002 (that’s not long after the Webmag began) I have been … Read more
What are the fundamental concepts which should underpin our work?
Unmeasurable and immeasurably important
A Conference Report on EYPS, children’s books and disability, ADHD, children’s achievements, loving relationships, gifted children, and twins
Checking on the basic aims of schooling
Searching for Values in a Competitive Age
Why there is a gulf between official systems and the needs of individuals
An important question – and a chance to hear more at a conference
The book reflects Mill Grove and what it has to offer.
Love is an under-used word in child care.
Introducing Love This month we have a Special Issue on a single theme – as well as quite a number of articles not on the special theme. The theme is Love, a word which has been virtually taboo in child care circles over the last couple of decades. But times are changing, and the Christian … Read more
The ideas behind the book, new perspectives on child development and the challenge to the Church