Britain’s most successful Paralympian and Fennies partner, Dame Sarah Storey, answers questions about everything from parenting to her career and keeping children active.
Sam Wass talks about the psychological and physiological factors that can cause children to refuse food and what can be done at home to support picky eaters.
Join children’s author and illustrator Christie Bounsall as she talks about what inspires her, the importance of rhyme in the early years and how she comes up with quirky characters.
speech and language development is a gateway to other skills – even early learning in maths, for example, tends to rely heavily on language skills. It’s also a gateway to social and personal development, such as emotion regulation as language allows a child to communicate to someone else. Professor Sam Wass explains the importance of language development and your interactions.
Kerri Savage, our Oxted manager gives us a little peek inside the flow of a day inside a Fennies nursery.
Watching your little one begin exploring the world around them and using their new skills to surpass milestones is one of the most exciting things about child development. Refining these skills from an early age is an important part of this and can lay the groundwork for lots of future activities like standing on one foot, balance, coordination and walking without support.