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Menna Godfrey

Menna began her professional career as a teacher of physics and maths, before having her own three children. She became fascinated with the way that they were learning and developing and, having discovered the excitement of working with very young children, she became a childminder, later opening a set up and pack down playgroup for children aged 2-4 years old with three colleagues. Eight years ago, they moved the playgroup to their own building, and she continues to work with children on a daily basis. Alongside this, she delivers training to adults working within the Early Years Foundation Stage.

She is passionate about outdoor play and the benefits that it can provide for children’s learning and development. She completed her MA in 2010, for which she researched the learning and development benefits of puddle play. Her current research focuses on the way that children build relationships with the natural environment, and she has a particular focus on the relatively recent phenomena of the ‘Mud Kitchen’. 

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