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Mothers who stay at home feel bullied by government policy

Click on this link to read INPP Director, Sally Goddard Blythes’s letter in Telegraph on 29th March 2013 regarding the government’s policy. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/letters/9960069/Mothers-who-choose-to-stay-at-home-feel-bullied-by-government-policy.html?fb

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Editor’s view – Outrage grows over ‘More Great Childcare’

Editor’s view – Outrage grows over ‘More Great … – Nursery World 1 day ago … In the last issue of Nursery World, I made the case for fighting unwise proposals with rigorous … arguments, and Sally Goddard Blythe’s article ‘Move on’ (pages 14-15, Nursery World 25th February 2013) is a brilliant example of this. Read More

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Guild of Sensory Development Conference for 2013

INPP Director Sally Goddard Blythe is to be the Key Note Speaker at this year’s Guild of Sensory Development Conference taking place on Saturday 11th May at the Holiday Inn, Express, Northampton off Junction 15 of the M1. For details of the day’s programme and other speakers please click on this link to take you Read More

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Universal Language of Lullabies

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-21035103

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New Study investigating the impact of the INPP Developmental Exercise Programme for Schools in elementary schools in Germany

Published.12/2012.Niedersӓchisches Ӓrzteblӓtt.pp.43-47 Ruhe durch mehr Bewegung Kann sich die Schule selber helfen? Eine Studie über ein neurophysiologisches Übungsprogramm belegt positive Auswirkungen auf das Lernverhalten bei Schulkindern Schulkinder zeigen heute andere und mehr Auf- fälligkeiten als in zurückliegenden Zeiten. Dies wird unter dem Begriff „Neue Morbidität“ zu- sammengefasst und ist in verschiedenen Stu- dien (z.B. KiGGs-Studie des Read More

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