Tag Archives: nursery education

Two Years in the Infant School—a review by Paul May

I was surprised when the children’s author, Paul May, contacted me about a post I had written on Enid Blyton as an educationalist, for once written and published, these posts are often forgotten!  I was also curious about what he thought … Continue reading

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New collection guide available – Amelia Fysh proponent of inclusive education

We’ve just published a new guide on the archives of Amelia Fysh, a teacher working after the Second World War who developed inclusive education for children with disabilities at the nursery school she ran. The guide provides an overview of … Continue reading

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The person behind the archive

Cataloguing the papers of individuals is a part of my job I really enjoy. By the end of the process you feel as though you have gained a real insight into not only their work but also their personality, motivations … Continue reading

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