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Case study: Early Words Together at Two in Lady Castle Nursery

Added 20 Jun 2018 | Updated 30 Nov 18

Lady Castle Nursery

Lady Castle Nursery in Bradford took part in the National Literacy Trust's Early Words Together at Two programme to improve the language and communication skills of two-year-olds. The nursery used the programme to:

  • Encourage parents to be involved in their child’s experience at nursery
  • Build strong relationships with families
  • Enable families to share their knowledge about their child with practitioners
  • Inform parents about why communicating, singing and reading with their child is important for early language development
  • Introduce parents to simple ideas and activities to support their child's language development at home

This case study has been written by Isabella Ricordo (SEAL/PSED Leader) and Natalie Turner (Behaviour Officer) from Lady Castle Nursery and outlines:

  • The goals of the programme
  • Details about the parent-child sessions, including a timetable
  • Highlights from the programme, including a day trip with children and their families to St. Ives
  • Reflections on the programme and learnings

Find out more about our Early Words Together at Two programme.

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