In the summer of 2010, I spent three weeks in a kindergarten in New Zealand as part of the research for my doctoral thesis. I was there to gain an insight into Te Whāriki, the early childhood curriculum of New Zealand. At that time, early childhood education in England had been described as having a
Join the Chartered College or log in to read the rest of this article.

Interested in more articles like this?

Join as a member of the Chartered College of Teaching.

Join now

If you're already a member, log in for full access to all articles.