Research Output per year
Prevent duty and British Values discourse in Early Years education.
Policy and legislation relating to early childhood education and care.
Equalities and inclusion within Early Years practice.
Workforce development for Early Years sector.
Qualified as an Early Years Teacher herself, Eve runs the EYITT programme with PG Cert Early Years Education, as well as teaching on other courses within the University, including the full-time undergraduate Early Childhood Education and Care BA (Hons), and the part-time Early Childhood Practice BA (Hons).
Eve has a broad range of experience within the field of Early Years education. She has enjoyed working across the 0-5 age range, as a nursery practitioner, manager, local authority advisor, consultant and freelance inspector. All of which has enabled her to work directly with children, families, childminders, nursery staff, teachers, assistants and school leadership teams.
Her dedication to high quality Early Years provision brings a genuine commitment to her role as the Programme Leader for the EYITT programme here at the University of Brighton.
Terrorism in the Nursery: considering the implications of the British Values discourse and the Prevent duty requirements in early years educationLumb, E., 31 Oct 2018, In : Forum: For Promoting 3-19 Comprehensive Education. 60, 3, p. 355-364
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article