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Relationships and Connections

Part of my ‘why’ has always been about relationships and connections on a global level.

 

This short clip shows a number of inspiring people that I have connected with.

 


Relationships and Connections

Part of my ‘why’ has always been about relationships and connections on a global level.

 

This short clip shows a number of inspiring people that I have connected with.

 


My Family is Special to Me

I’m delighted to share Action Amanda singing My Family is Special to Me. Please click on here to view:

I wrote this song for the very first My Family Week, three years ago, sung to the tune of The Wheels on the Bus. This year we will celebrate My Family Week from Monday 12th to Sunday 18th October 2020.

 If you would like a copy of the song lyrics and more information on My Family Week 2020, please email me on: Laura@LauraHenryConsultancy.com


My Family is Special to Me

I’m delighted to share Action Amanda singing My Family is Special to Me. Please click on here to view:

I wrote this song for the very first My Family Week, three years ago, sung to the tune of The Wheels on the Bus. This year we will celebrate My Family Week from Monday 12th to Sunday 18th October 2020.

 If you would like a copy of the song lyrics and more information on My Family Week 2020, please email me on: Laura@LauraHenryConsultancy.com


Free Resources for Parental Support & Professional Development in Response to COVID-19

Sharing my latest newsletter.

 

 


Free Resources for Parental Support & Professional Development in Response to COVID-19

Sharing my latest newsletter.

 

 


DadblogUK Q&A

I enjoyed doing a question and answer session with DadblogUK, on my career path and discussing the Early Years sector. Please click on the link to read.

 

 

 


Launch of My Family Week

There are just over three weeks to go until the launch of the first international celebration of the family!

Children around the world will get the opportunity to celebrate the uniqueness of their family, irrespective of circumstances including children with same-sex parents, those who are fostered, disabled, have step families or half brothers and sisters, are bereaved, blended, those who are adopted or who live with grandparents and other family members.

International Early Years expert, Laura Henry, has been busy creating resources for My Family Week, providing fun and educational activities for settings, schools and parents.

There will be a soft launch on Friday 13th October, 2017, before the week-long celebration from Monday 16th to Sunday 22nd October.

Laura is delighted to announce the University of Northampton as the academic partner for My Family Week, with support from other organisations including NEyTCO, the Pre-school Learning Alliance and Gingerbread.

At the launch on 13th October, settings, schools and parents will be […]


Wall Art Quotes

I’m delighted to share my quotes via Wall Art!

Please click on the link to visit Wall Art’s website and then type ‘Laura Henry’ in the search bar for my quotes.

As an added bonus, if you join my Early Years Club you can purchase at a discount!


NMT – Childcare Power 20

Croydon-based international award winning Early Years expert Laura Henry has been included in the “power 20” list of the most influential people in childcare in the UK, as compiled by Nursery Management Today (NMT) magazine. NMT is the childcare sector management bi-monthly journal.

Paul Birley, Head of Public Sector & Healthcare at Barclays, stated: ‘It is therefore important we recognise those people that have made a real difference…they have had a major influence on others. By show-casing these people who have made a difference, we believe we are helping to inspire others to continue to drive up quality in the sector.’ The award was sponsored by Barclays Bank.

As one of the 20 most influential people in childcare, Laura was invited to the awards dinner at Barclays’ head office in Canary Wharf on Thursday 29th May 2014.

Laura was surprised to be nominated by her peers; she commented: ‘There are many talented colleagues working within Early Years […]