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Helen Moylett

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Helen Moylett is an independent early years consultant and writer. She has been  a junior, infant, nursery and home school liaison teacher, a local authority advisory teacher and a university lecturer in primary and early years education. In 2000 she left academia to become head of an early years centre.

In 2004 she joined the National Strategies. She was on the national steering group for Birth to Three Matters and was centrally involved in developing the Early Years Foundation Stage and was the national lead for the Every Child a Talker programme.

She was an expert adviser to the Tickell EYFS review team and co-authored  Development Matters with Nancy Stewart. Also with Nancy she wrote best sellers Understanding the revised EYFS and Emerging, expected and exceeding: understanding the revised EYFS Profile. She has also written Active Learning (2013) for Practical Pre-school books and edited Characteristics of Effective Early Learning (2014) for Open University Press.  

Helen is a Visiting Fellow of Oxford Brookes University. She is also a qualified infant massage teacher.

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To enquire about a course, please download and return the booking enquiry form below to associates@early-education.org.uk

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We recommend a lead-time of three months to book a course. Certain Associates may be booked up further ahead than that and certain dates, eg start of term, also get particularly booked up.

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