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Storytelling short course and graduation celebration

All the students who studied on H&C and other 12 week courses up to 2011 did so as Emerson students and we are now offering the opportunity to join use for a Midsummer Alumni Gathering for Graduates of our 12 week courses including The Heart and Craft of Storytelling.

 

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We would be delighted if you would join us!  For more information and booking visit the event page.

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18
May
2017

"We're offering a holistic alternative"

Providing early care the Steiner-Pikler way

Dorothy Marlen, course leader for Emerson College's Holistic Baby and Childcare course was recently interviewed by Early Years campaigner, Richard House.....

The article examines Dorothy's motivations for developing this pioneering Level 3 course, and why is it important in present day early-years culture.

To read the full article, click here.

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