Great Early Years EYFS Blogs

In this blog, Thomas Hobson shares the many daily adventures of his early years setting based in Seattle. With a strong focus on the importance of outdoor learning, this is a great blog to inspire other practitioners to let children explore their settings in imaginative and creative active ways.


A comprehensive exploration of Early Years is offered by Tracy on her blog, including posts on empathy, leadership and family issues all impacting on EYFS practice.


A Liverpool based Foundation Stage setting update their blog regularly sharing the learning experiences so parents can keep updated. This blog is a great example of what continuous provision should look like, with plenty of great indoor and outdoor learning opportunities – making the most of the space in and around the primary school. Find them on twitter here.


All links and blogs checked at the time of publication. Please advise us if you find broken links, or if we have missed any blogs which focus on the Early Years sector. Non-UK blogs very welcome.


With thanks to the following tweeters who suggested the blogs in this article:

@EYTalking; @CreativeStar; @jacquiburkefp; 

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13 Comments

  1. I believe in the intrinsic need to give childhood to children in as many ways as possible. I am an educator,an educational activist, a teaching expert and a parenting guru. Hope you enjoy reading my blog. Thank you.

  2. This is an awesome list. Thank you for putting it together 🙂

    I am an early years teacher and often suggest learning ideas or crafts inspired by the books that I recommend on my blog, Story Snug.

  3. Hi there, myself and some fellow early years level 5 students have created a blog on forest school. Please could it be added and feel free to leave comments, thanks

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