ICT in the Early Years
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This site is no longer being updated

There are still plenty of documents and resources that may be useful for practitioners.

You may also like to visit http://homerton.cambs.sch.uk/information-for-practioners/ict-in-the-early-years/ where you can access new resources.

All resources added from 2015 will be on the new site.

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Do you need help to plan ICT in the Early Years?

Use the Planning area of this website to find out how you can plan for ICT so that it underpins each principle of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS).

Also look at how the principles of the EYFS can inform our practice in developing uses of technology in the Early Years.

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Would you like ideas for resources?

The Resources area is full of training and support materials to help you develop effective uses of technology within your settings.

This website has arisen out of development and practice of using technology in the Early Years at Homerton Children's Centre.

We now have a book available!

Book Cover: The Really Useful Book of ICT in The Early Years

The Really Useful Book of ICT in The Early Years

The book is a collection of chapters written by practitioners leading some of the best ICT practice in Early Years around the country. It is largely a practical book with plenty of ideas but also aims to provide the reading and thinking behind the practical ideas. Please contact us if you would like to order a copy or you can find out more and order from Routledge Education
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Using digital cameras and scanners

Using Digital Cameras is a PowerPoint we use for training on digital cameras. We hope it gives you ideas for using digital cameras in the Early Years. When you have looked through the...
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Respecting Each other

Can technology be used to support the development of respectful relationships? Use digital images to help each baby, child and adult feel valued for who they are: Invite children and their...
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