Student research and publications – 2021

StudentResearch project
Lydia (Set 42), supported by katie CrouchKing, L. (2021) A teacher’s perspective on a child’s social interactions upon school entry. Early Childhood Studies Degree Network, available at: https://www.ecsdn.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/Lydia-King-Norland-College.pdf
Imogen (Set 42), supported by Sarah Davies-WaltersBagley, I. (2021) An investigation into the social development implications of national lockdown as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic on children in the Early Years from the parents’ perspective. Early Childhood Studies Degree Network, available at: https://www.ecsdn.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/Imogen-Bagley-Norland-College.pdf
Constance (Set 42), supported by Lucy KrebsHurr, C. (2021) An investigation into exploring the lived experience of raising children from a single parent’s perspective. Early Childhood Studies Degree Network, available at: https://www.ecsdn.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/Constance-Beatrice-Hurr-Norland-College.pdf
Aurora (Set 43), supported by Katie CrouchLastrico Costa, A. (2021) How living in a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex or asexual (LGBTQIA+) family and disability can influence a child’s ability to thrive in society. Early Childhood Studies Degree Network, available at: https://www.ecsdn.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/Aurora-Lastrico-Costa-Norland-College.pdf
Niamh (Set 41), supported by Katie CrouchWalby, N. (2021) Using observations and interviews to investigate whether children’s communication and social communication through play differed within the indoor and outdoor environment. Early Childhood Studies Degree Network, available at: https://www.ecsdn.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Niamh-Walby.pdf

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Student research and publications – 2020

StudentResearch project
Hannah (Set 42), supported by Sarah Davies-WaltersDray, H. (2020) What could influence a child’s ability to thrive in a diverse society? Early Childhood Studies Degree Network (February publications), available at: https://www.ecsdn.org/student-publications/student-publications-february-2020/

Student research and publications – 2019

StudentResearch project
Tess (Set 41)Barrows, T. (2019) How gender can influence a child’s ability to thrive in a diverse society, Early Childhood Studies Degree Network (January publications), available at: https://www.ecsdn.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Teresa-Burrows-on-gender.pdf
Kitty (Set 41)Birchall, K. (2019) Inclusion in Mainstream Primary Schools for Children with ASD, Early Childhood Studies Degree Network (January publications), available at: https://www.ecsdn.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Catherine-Birchall-Inclusion-in-Mainstream-Primary-Schools-for-Children-with-ASD-1.pdf
Hannah (Set 42)Dray, H. (2019) Reflection on an aspect of practice, Early Childhood Studies Degree Network (June publications), available at: https://www.ecsdn.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Hannah-Dray-Reflection.pdf
Anastasia (Set 41)Karagiannidou, A (2019) Reflection on an aspect of practice/the role of the student practitioner, Early Childhood Studies Degree Network (June publications), available at: https://www.ecsdn.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Reflection-AK.pdf
Arianna (Set 41)Ribis, A. (2019) Can disabilities influence a child’s ability to thrive in a diverse society? Early Childhood Studies Degree Network (January publications), available at: https://www.ecsdn.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Can-disabilities-influence-a-childs-ability-to-thrive-in-a-diverse-society.pdf