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Assessing Neuromotor Readiness For Learning – One Day Course for Teachers

Our next One Day Course in the use of Neuromotor Readiness for Learning will now take place on Friday 17th February 2017.  To book a place and for further information please visit http://www.inpp.org.uk/inpp-training/one-day-course/

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Neuromotor Immaturity in Children and Adults – One Day Course for Clinicians and Health Practitioners

Our next One Day Course in the use of Neuromotor Immaturity in Children and Adults will take place on Friday 20th January 2017.  To book a place and for further information please visit http://www.inpp.org.uk/inpp-training/one-day-course/neuromotor-immaturity-children-adults/

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“New research links children’s cognitive skills to time spent with Mother”

A new study reported in the Guardian on the 4th December 2016[1] suggests that children’s cognitive skills are linked to the time they spend with mother, particularly between the ages of 3 and 7. The study, carried out by academics from the University of Essex and University College London, published in this week’s edition of Read More

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4 year olds not physically ready for school

Articles published in The Independent , “I” and other papers in the last few days reporting the findings of a new pilot project which suggests that 4 year olds are not ready for school, confirm our earlier published findings (2004 and 2005). Earlier this week, while lecturing to a group of nursery teachers on the Read More

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‘All babies should receive consistent loving care’; a common sense statement few would disagree with

To read the above article please follow the link below. http://us8.forward-to-friend.com/forward/show?u=1aba2d96ee3374b95e55df1ba&id=f7f174580a

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