Welcome to the 7th edition of the online Early Years Magazine, which sees the start our joint publication with North Lindsey College. The magazine aims to provide information about current research and activites held at both College sites.
The focus of this edition is on the celebration of our students’ work:
- Carriann Marsden
- Rhianna Gardom
- Jade Courtney
- Emma Francis
We have featured two case studies of UCD early years students, Tracy Nisbet, outlining her learning journey. Tracy recently graduated from UCD and works at St. Mary’s Nursery and Jacqueline Southwood who also graduated this year and is progressing onto University of Sheffield to do an MA in Social Work.
Our next edition will be in the Spring 2019.
Masters Opportunities at University Centre Doncaster
Here at the University Centre Doncaster we offer a range of Masters programmes which support students’ further progression.
- MA Early Childhood Studies
- MA Early Childhood Studies via distance learning
- MA Education Studies
- MA Education Studies via distance learning
These programmes are offered through varied delivery methods: on campus students attend weekend study blocks, 7 throughout the year, distance learners access materials on-line in a flexible way. Mode of delivery suits your work and other commitments. Student Finance England offer postgraduate student loans up to £10,000. https://www.gov.uk/funding-for-postgraduate-study
For further information contact Debrah.email@example.com
This magazine is free to all, please enjoy reading the research papers, and share the link with your colleagues.
Editor: Janine Ryan
Advertising: A limited number of advertisements for jobs, courses, training or conferences relating to early childhood education can be accepted for future publications.
Copyright: Early Years Newsletter is published by Doncaster College and University Centre. All rights are reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced without the written permission from the publisher.
Disclaimer: The views expressed in each article are those of the authors and not necessarily those of University Centre Doncaster or the editorial board.