Welcome to our website
The day of our End of Project Conference has arrived! Thank you to everyone who attended. As promised the End of Project Report and Toolkit are now available to download. We are also very grateful to Keynote speaker Prof. Kari Emilson who has agreed for us to share her presentation slides here.
To book the last few places on the FREE GenderEYE training on 15th and 22nd October (4pm-6pm) register here.
Gender EYE (Gender Diversification in Early Years Education: Recruitment, Support and Retention) is a study by the University of Lancaster Department of Educational Research and the Fatherhood Institute, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council.
Latest figures suggest that only 3% of the early years workforce in England & Wales, and 4% in Scotland, are men. This proportion has remained virtually static for 20 years. Our research aims to identify the obstacles that stand in the way of greater gender diversity; to learn about possible solutions (including those developed overseas); and to use this knowledge to produce practical resources that can help the UK diversify this vital part of the education sector.
Please contact us if you wish for more information to send to your colleagues and friends.