1. I loved the film – fabulous capturing of children happily and confidently exploring and co-operating together in their play, without adult input ( on the film I mean). The sound track was good, but for me, I would have preferred it to be slightly quiter or to fade in and out if appropriate, so that I could eavesdrop in on their chatting and language of discovery and creativity as they played. But thats just me, because, as an EY practitioner, I can’t help but immerse myself in their learning, especially their language and although the visual impact of the film was absolutely magical, I wanted to be there and hear what was going on!! Very well done Sophie! Sue Saker

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