The Bristol Early Years Boys’ Achievement Project - Case Studiesto inform and inspire...
BAFA – Overview and Action Plan: I was delighted to be invited to take part in the Bristol Boys Achievement Project. As part of my undergraduate degree, I studied Women’s History. I have always been interested by equality in our world, and in particular,...read more
Specifically being willing to have a go and keeping on trying.read more
Supporting and Improving Early Literacy Skills In Pre-school Children.read more
May Park Primary School Case Study.read more
Once Upon a Time Day Nursery and Pre-School Case Studyread more
Childminder Boys Research Case Studyread more
How can a flexible and diverse early years curriculum influence the well-being of summer born boys? Action Research led by Alex Parkerread more
The new Bristol Boys’ Early Years Achievement Project leaflet is now available here to download and print. The leaflet provides useful information for parents, governors and committees and can be very useful in explaining why you are undertaking research...read more
Glenfrome Primary are part of the North Hub for the boys’ project. In their sub hub group it was decided to investigate Fine Motor Control of all children on entry to school in September. The aim was to see if there was a correlation between fine motor control and...read more
This research from Brentry and Henbury Children’s Centre was led by Charlotte Van Wely and Rachel Hehir. The research set out to enable the team to develop a deeper understanding of the stage of development of pre-school boys in the area of reading and how this stage...read more
Following the first South Bristol hub meeting for the Boys’ Project, groups of schools formed sub groups with children’s centres where there was a shared area of interest for action research. Knowle West and Redcliffe Children’s Centres collaborated with Connaught...read more
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