Linda Baston-Pitt, PurpleBee CEO and co-founder of the PANCo qualification,
shares her thoughts, insights and advice.
Over and above your settings essential health and safety assessments, there are some essential skills and abilities that you and your team need to possess that can help you to navigate your way through the crisis. Find out about the 3 ‘R’s’ of Early Years Leadership.
A huge well done to our first group of amazing students who have worked exceptionally hard to become fully fledged Physical Activity and Nutrition Coordinators having achieved their PurpleBee CACHE L4 Award: Become a PANCo.
Good health and well-being is essential for people of all ages, and the best way to form healthy habits is to start from a young age. This is why the Physical Activity and Nutrition Co-ordinator (PANCo) role in Early Years settings has been developed.
What a fantastic weekend at the EY Matters inaugural Health and Wellbeing for All in Early Years conference at Bath Spa University. It was an action packed day, full of discussion, sharing ideas and reflection.
Wellbeing is more than the absence of illness. Wellbeing describes an optimal state of thriving, of doing and being one’s best. It is a complex combination of psychological, social and physical factors.
The project led by Linda, CEO of Cambridge Early Education and Purplebee was the result of a collaboration between CEE and Hubei College.
It was a great privilege to spend the day in London in the company of such an enthusiastic and passionate team of Early Years leaders from the Kindred Group.
Wellbeing is experienced when we feel good and we feel that our lives are going well so it’s not surprising that we all have a different idea of what it means in practice.
Child obesity is headline news again – and not for good reasons… In today’s blog Linda explains why every setting should have a PANCo.
A group of Early Years professionals from an award-winning nursery in Cambridgeshire were the first ever to achieve the new PurpleBee ILM Positive Leadership Award.
PurpleBee is supporting Mental Health Week – PurpleBee CEO Linda Baston-Pitt identifies five top tips to help encourage wellbeing in Early Years
Linda Baston-Pitt affirms the need for the sector to pull together and calls for more brainstorming events like the Early Years Workforce Roundtable, hosted by CEEDA.
Linda, CEO PurpleBee, also developed the PANCo role which recently scooped the Nursery World Health & Wellbeing award.
Really effective communication is what makes a nursery business stand out, says Linda Baston Pitt, CEO of PurpleBee Learning.
If there was ever a time for policymakers to put children first, based on some of the alarming statistics that are emerging, it has to be now! Read why we support the Children First campaign.
Lisa (OSH) & Gemma ( PurpleBee) introduce the online mentoring programme they devised and piloted, which helped win the Training category of the NMT Nursery Awards.
Our sector now appreciates the importance of child wellbeing as an integral part of the curriculum, but we need to ensure that our staff are also on board if we want them and our nurseries to truly flourish.
PurpleBee delivers a Mindfulness masterclass in Cambridge. We had a fun filled day with lots of time to practice mindfulness and to explore how we could embed it into our daily practice and lives.
We often fail to identify or make best use of our people’s strengths. Linda Baston-Pitt suggests a fun way of turning this round and building your team’s self-awareness and confidence.
Do you want to create a motivating environment? Then we need to think hard about how we can work harmoniously together learning in the workflow.
Linda Baston-Pitt congratulates the sector for its enthusiasm and dedication despite the challenges, and urges the government to support this excellence in real terms.
We all like to think we have a great deal to offer the people we work with but we are not always good at articulating just what our strong points are or how we use them.
Health and wellbeing are top of the political agenda. This article looks at how a programme developed for business is impacting on the lives of young children.