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Introducing our New Online Learning Library for early years

Does your little one love technology?
Are you confident they are visiting good websites?
Would you like help in accessing fun and educational activities?

  • Over 100 activities for 2-5-year olds following the EYFS curriculum
  • Activities for literacy, maths, the world, art and design, music and French & many more…
  • Laptop and tablet based activities to enhance their IT skills
  • Easy for children to navigate
  • New activities added every month
  • Free for Click IT! Parents for 1 Month (use your child’s reference code)

Please note that Click IT! Zoom is not linked in any way to the video conferencing software.

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What we do

Click IT!  provides pre-school computer classes in nurseries. Classes support the EYFS curriculum, yet our main objective is to enable the learning of technology in a fun and exciting way. Classes will fully prepare your child for today’s technology environment.

Where we are

The Click IT! team consists of area tutors, based in children’s nurseries, mainly within the M25 and its perimeter. We offer computer classes in North West London, South London, West London and Essex – in addition to many more locations. Click-through to see if we are near you. 

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It has been an exciting first week back in nurseries for our tutors and the children. There has been lots of opportunities this week to learn, play and have fun using ICT. Our ‘Feed the Rabbits’ activity is always a favourite with our younger children and there was lots of laughter when trying to catch the rabbits with the cursor in order to feed them carrots. 🐰 ... See MoreSee Less

Here are some fun videos to help young children understand important concepts such as sorting and matching. Also helps to expand the vocabulary of your child. You can try doing the same at home! ... See MoreSee Less

Teaching Emotional Literacy

Since many of our children can struggle with articulating their feelings, a feelings chart can help them express themselves in a non-threatening way. 👍🏿

Start with a fun activity to get used to the feeling chart....let your youngster randomly select an emotion and act it out while you try to guess the emotion they are acting out. You can also discuss hypothetical situations and ask them how it would make them feel. You can also use to check in on how the child is feeling. 👌
The sooner we adults help children develop emotional literacy, the better. Teaching emotional literacy is important for developing self-confidence, boosting self-esteem, social and emotional development, and encouraging emotional self-management over impulse reactions. 🧠

Developing emotional literacy supports children’s mental health and also physical well-being, and both are inextricably linked. Healthy emotional development helps to shape the rest of a persons live, and being emotionally literate helps to express emotions effectively, appropriately and productively, while also developing positive social interactions with other people in society. 👭🏿👫👩🏼‍🤝‍👨🏾

(Info provided by Calcot Services for Children).
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We are thrilled to let you know that we will be returning to many of our nurseries this coming September. We will let you know by email when lessons are starting again at your nursery.

In the meantime are keen for your child to continue to use technology to support their learning. In response to this we are thrilled to introduce you to this new online learning library which is full of wonderful educational activities for you and your child to enjoy together at home.