Celebrate childhood

16th May 2003 at 01:00
I AM delighted that The TES is launching a creativity campaign. Early Education supports this campaign and is working to promote creativity for all children throughout the UK.

This year marks our 80th anniversary and the theme of the year is developing children's experience of "the great outdoors". Promoting creativity is a major part of this and runs through the celebrations and events for the year.

As well as being committed to children developing and learning through creative experiences where teachers and practitioners can adopt creative ways of working, Early Education supports the "Scrap the Sats" campaign.

Diane Rich National professional officer for early education The British Association for Early Childhood Education 136 Cavell Street, London E1

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