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Every adventure begins
with a first step

Alice_HomepageText

Every adventure begins
with a first step

ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASSES…It’s not what is in front of you that matters but how you see it.

I am fascinated with people and what makes them tick; what challenges them and what delights and inspires them.

This curiosity and intrigue gives me a unique and different perspective on children and the journey they take.

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ABOUT ALICE

Alice employs her love of people and what makes them tick to approach the world of the child and the journey they take in a truly unique way.

Get to know Alice

TESTIMONIALS

  • The most notable shift in the quality has been the interactions between teachers and their children, where the teachers are providing exciting and interesting provocations, and using resources in far more enticing ways, which in turn is making our children far more curious and has led to far more interesting teaching and learning.
    Benjamin Clay
    Senior Pedagogy Manager at LEYF
  • The film clips and have really inspired staff and provided lots of ideas for provocations and practice. This has been very evident across the learning environments where children can be observed being very curious, investigating and making discoveries. I have also observed improved staff morale because everyone is able to attend regular training in a manageable way and share reflection and ideas.
    Lorraine Jack
    Happy Days Too

TESTIMONIALS

  • The most notable shift in the quality has been the interactions between teachers and their children, where the teachers are providing exciting and interesting provocations, and using resources in far more enticing ways, which in turn is making our children far more curious and has led to far more interesting teaching and learning.
    Benjamin Clay
    Senior Pedagogy Manager at LEYF
  • The film clips and have really inspired staff and provided lots of ideas for provocations and practice. This has been very evident across the learning environments where children can be observed being very curious, investigating and making discoveries. I have also observed improved staff morale because everyone is able to attend regular training in a manageable way and share reflection and ideas.
    Lorraine Jack
    Happy Days Too