In 2010 Teach Nursery launched with a mission: to provide the daycare industry with a one-stop resource, a blend of outstanding advice for room practitioners, setting managers and business owners alike. From issue one, our aim has been to inspire and inform in equal measure, sharing the passion and expertise of our readers, reflecting their concerns and celebrating their many successes in an engaging and accessible way. The plan remains unchanged today.
But in the five years since, we haven’t been standing still. Over time we have broadened our horizons, taking a more holistic view of the early years sector as part of our efforts to showcase the best practice and resources, and complement our sister title Teach Primary. Our stable of contributors now includes many working outside of daycare provision, and we have gathered new readers as a result – notably those teaching in Reception classes up and down the land.
In short, Teach Nursery in 2015 is no longer solely for those working in nurseries – and that’s why today we are delighted to announce the latest stage in our development: Teach Nursery is becoming Teach Early Years.
We feel our new name better sums up what every issue has to offer while making it clear to all of our readers that this is the title for them, whatever their setting. Those based in nurseries can rest assured that there will be no change in our efforts to support them and their businesses; but those in preschools, working as childminders, or teaching in Reception will now be in no doubt as to our intention to engage with them too.
We hope you like our fresh, more inclusive identity – we look forward to working with you and serving the sector for many years to come.
If you would like further information, a free copy of the magazine or media pack, please contact:
Samantha Law – Advertising Manager - 01206 505499
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