Research Profile

Mrs Tanya
Richardson

Senior Lecturer in Education (Early Years)

  • Tanya Richardson owned and managed a children’s nursery and out of school club, at the same time as studying for her BA in Early Years at the University of Northampton.

    She proceeded to gain a Distinction in an MA in Education, gaining a particular interest in young children’s speech and language development.

    This is the topic that she is currently researching further as she undertakes her PhD with the University of Northampton, at the same time as lecturing full time in the Early Years Division of the School of Education.

  • BA (Hons) in Early Childhood Studies.  Teaching on the following modules:

    • Child Development
    • Professional Development
    • Diversity and Inclusion
    • Leadership and Management

    Tanya also teaches on the Foundation Degree in Early Years:

    • Child Development
  • Tanya’s main area of interest is speech and language development in young children, with a particular interest on the effect of the environment on such development.

    She is also interested in forest schools and outdoor play.

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    2017

    2016

    • Richardson, T. (2016) Children as communicators: peers and others. In: Fitzgerald, D. and Maconochie, H. (eds.) Fitzgerald, Damien and Maconochie, Heloise Early Childhood Studies: a Student’s Guide. London: Sage. (In Press)

    2014

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