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Ask Sam #1 - a Founder’s Q&A

We would like to introduce all of our loyal TNL’ers to the first of a regular series of video Q&A’s with our founder and CEO, Sam Green.

Over the course of the month we receive no shortage of questions from our users about all manner of early years topics, from ideas for activities to the day-to-day of running a setting.

We thought that a monthly Q&A series would give you the chance to put such important questions about the sector, your day to day, and the important work of early years, to Sam and That Nursery Life. That would enable Sam and the team — ably abetted by Sam’s enthusiastic assistant Rosie the Dog — to do their utmost to find the answers to those questions.

Ask Sam Anything (About Early Years)

In this first edition, Sam discusses what he loves most about working in the Early Years sector, the greatest challenges to and what he would change about the sector in the UK, and gives some working tips for anybody starting their own early years business.

Rosie meanwhile wags her tail a good deal, gives a heckin’ good yawn, and is a definitive good girl.

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