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By Ellie Mulcahy

Ellie has a background in Psychology research and the Early Years and previously worked as a reception teacher in a school in Ramsgate, Kent.

She believes that the Foundation Stage plays a crucially important role in education as it shapes children’s attitudes to education and lays the foundation for them to achieve their potential. Ellie has worked alongside Teach First to develop the Early Years Programme and support programme participants, and, as a freelance researcher for Teach First and the Behavioural Insights Team.

Partners in Progression

Universities should work with parents to increase access to university, according to a new report published today by King’s College London’s Widening Participation Department and LKMco. The recommendation comes in response to the finding that 95% of parents have concerns about their child going to university, including worries about debt, living costs and the support available for …

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A window into an atypical mind

  “Now I know that’s not how everybody else experiences things. I’m not thick and I’m not lazy and I’m not slow.” In this fantastic short film Kaiya Stone captures the daily reality of individuals with learning difficulties struggling to make sense of a world in which their perception is different to everyone else’s and …

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