Press reviews

Eye October 2010

Eye Magazine

'A Child's Eye View of Safari DVD Plus' is a fantastic addition to the ‘Child’s Eye View’ series. Join with Nishaan and Ellie as they spend a memorable day as assistant safari keepers. ‘At the safari park’, brilliantly records the children’s delightful interactions with these amazing and beautiful creatures. Time and care is taken to introduce and explain new concepts and unfamiliar vocabulary. It includes background information, along with an exceptionally wide range of ideas to support and extend learning. Suitable for use across EYFS and KS1, and is highly recommended”
Mark Townsend, EYE magazine

Practical Preschool May 2010

Practical Preschool Magazine

“Couldn't praise 'A Child's Eye View of Safari' DVD more - it's just great! There is so much information in the pack to pass onto the children, and to carry out activities. It's a great resource that you can get so much benefit out of.”
Tracey Lee, Reviewer, Practical Preschool Magazine

FQ Magazine

FQ Magazine

“Top brain boosters for kids... If you want an alternative to the Day-Glo horror of kids’ tv, Child’s Eye media has developed a series of documentaries which feature real kids exploring the world around them.”

5 to 7 Magazine

5 to 7 Magazine

“* * * * * (5/5) ‘ I tested the 'Keeping healthy, staying safe' DVD with a year 2 class and found it to be excellent. I will definitely be using this resource again and again, so it is great value for money”

My Child Magazine

My Child Magazine

“Catering for children’s thirst for knowledge, they are engaging, educational, inspirational, and are a refreshing alternative to puppets and animation, With titles such as ‘Keeping healthy, staying safe’, Firefighters, The Journey of a letter and Vets, they will give all children a wonderful learning experience.”

Junior Magazine

Junior

“Find out what happend at a fire station when there is a 999 call, and go on a journey with 3 year old Siena and 4 year old Siddant, the mini reporters who spend a day with the heroic firefighters at the station. Watch Siena and Siddant use the huge fire hose, explore the inside of the fireengine and learn all about 999 calls and even see a real rescue! This DVD is part of a series, which is available at www.childseyemedia.com.”

Teach Primary Magazine

Teach Primary

“Excellent ... Each mini documentary features young children going on an exciting adventure... everything that takes place is seen through their eyes. It's such good fun... and as an added bonus, boys will adore the themes, and you may even get them to do some independent writing without nagging!”

Primary Choice Magazine

Primary Choice Magazine

“A child's eye view of Festivals 2' presents you with a very British view of Easter, Vaisaki, Wesak and Christmas, as seen by children from Liverpool, London and Manchester. These are real children from real families, which makes the programme instantly fascinating... The DVD can help children explore their own cultures and beliefs, as well as understand and respect other people's... A must have for Early Years - but be warned, Year 1 and 2 teachers will have their beady eyes on these too” Pam Turnbull

RE Today Magazine

RE today

“A child's eye view of festivals' and 'A child's eye view of festivals 2' are excellent resources, enabling teachers and young children to gain accurate insights into the world's major festivals. Children can easily relate the practices shown to their own life experience, whether they belong to a faith group or not. The 'real life' aspect of the films ensures that the different festivals become relevant and accessible to the young child, a marvellous achievement”

Child Education Magazine

Child Education

“Ten of the best festivals resources... Child's Eye Media's Festivals DVD”

Times Educational Supplement

Times Educational Supplement

“A child's eye view of festivals' series is intended for children in the early years.. In each film, a short documentary-style programme follows a young child celebrating the festival at home and at school. The strength of this approach is that it shows the celebrations in context. The children are presented as part of a wider community... And the range of activities - at home, at school, with parents, neighbours and classmates - helps to get across the rich and varied nature of each celebration..Although the programmes are aimed at very young children, there is a real spiritual dimension... Highly recommended
Dinah Starkey

Times Educational Supplement

Times Educational Supplement Reviewbank

“The Festivals films are superb... What makes the films so powerful is the role given to children... you get a real sense of being part of their world and wanting to join in. These resources have been richly praised and it is easy to see why. They celebrate and communicate diversity perfectly and engender an excitement and appreciation in young learners for the lifestyles and traditions of others. The films have been expertly made... They are informative, full of life and contain some delightful moments and experiences for children to share in... After watching one of the Festivals collections you feel on a bit of a high. You want to use it because you know it will make a difference…Excellent”
John Dabell (Educational consultant + teacher trainer)

Practical Preschool Magazine

Practical Preschool Magazine Awards

“A child's eye view of keeping healthy, staying safe' is excellent! It covered so many areas of safety and was done in a way which was child friendly and easy to understand and relate to. The children enjoyed listening to others of their age range explaining safety on their level, and it really emphasised important issues. It is extremely well thought out, extremely helpful and really appealed to the children” Practical Preschool Awards panel.

Under 5s

Under 5s

Review for A child's eye view of festivals Five stars *****
“Invaluable. No nursery, school or centre should be without this DVD.”

Nursery World Magazine

Nursery World

“If your setting is thinking about the ways in which it responds to festivals, 'A child's eye view of festivals' provides an excellent introduction to the subject. It is well structured, full of lively images and endorsed by key organisations from the communities concerned.”
Peter Baldock

She Magazine

She Magazine

“Treat them to something which will keep them entertained.”

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