Sightlines Initiative

promoting creative and reflective practice in early childhood education

Subscription Plans

Individual membership entitles one person to access to online membership features, including the resource library, who's who around the network, newsletters, discounts on selected events. Members also have opportunities to join members-only research and discussion groups.

Duration: 1 year
Price: £30

A group of three have access to resources and discounts as named individuals. The initial registrant becomes the group administrator, and is enabled to add/amend the other two group members.

Duration: 1 year
Price: £75

A group of up to five have access to resources and discounts as named individuals. The initial registrant becomes the group administrator, and is enabled to add/amend the other group members.

Duration: 1 year
Price: £100

A group of up to ten have access to resources and discounts as named individuals. The initial registrant becomes the group administrator, and is enabled to add/amend the other group members.

Duration: 1 year
Price: £200
Online Conference set:  narratives of the real and possible in shaping education

Three one hour + illustrated presentations

'Loris Malaguzzi's pedagogical influence and contemporary importance.' Professor Peter Moss, University College London

'How Does Learning Happen? - Ontario's vision for education’ Karyn Callaghan & Kelly Massaro-Joblin, Ontario Reggio Association, Canada

'Democratic alternatives in education: Provocations from the Portuguese Modern School Movement.' Dr. Diana Sousa, University College London


 

Price: £60

This session discusses a short history and principles of blockplay; what block play offers: reflecting on practice; a celebration of children’s wonderful ideas; practicalities of blockplay organisation.

Dr Deborah Albon is an Honorary Fellow of the University of Roehampton and writer.

Ann Bridges was formerly headteacher of a nursery school and consultant.

Solveig Morris was formerly a headteacher of a nursery and infant school, a local authority inspector for early years education and consultant. She is also a co-ordinator for London ReFocus – a regional network group of Sightlines Initiative.

 Helen Tovey was formerly a headteacher of a nursery school and principal lecturer at the Froebel College, University of Roehampton. She is a Froebel travelling tutor and author of early years publications.

Price: £20