Turns out that keeping up with Joneses isn't reserved to us humble folk, the posh are at it too and then some. Dr Paul Howard Jones from Bristol’s Graduate School of Education will feature in a new Channel 4 documentary [broadcast 10 Feb] providing a unique insight into the secret life of four-year-olds. The observational documentary takes viewers on a journey into this pivotal stage of childhood through the eyes of ten children as they meet in nursery and take their first tentative steps towards independence in a world without parents.
With their parents watching close by on monitors, the film captures the children’s behaviour and emotions while they make and break friendships, struggle to share and stand up for themselves and ultimately find their place in this new social group. These life lessons all take place under the watchful eye of Educational Neuroscientist, Dr Howard-Jones and Developmental Psychologist, Dr Sam Wass from the MCR Cognition & Brain Unit, Cambridge, and two early years teachers. This close observation of children’s play in a nursery setting allows the experts to understand critical events almost from the perspective of the children themselves, as they explore and learn about their new social world. Children from the original programme and the series team up to put on their own nativity play.
Cameras follow the youngsters’ development after two weeks apart as they are joined by some new playmates. FRIENDSSpecial thanks to all independent cappers: err0001, TM, Reb, XS, tNe, wrcr, Reb, MW, pwe, JannaJives, GF, SHO, bigfish5, loadstone2k12, thirteen28, CLDD, RKSTR and anonymous other cappers and suppliers. How do young children make and break friendships and learn to share, stand up for themselves, and find their place in a new social group? Interview: Dr Howard Jones speaks to the Wellcome Trust about what we can learn from the secret lives of children?


The sophistication of their language and the impact of the outside world on their play becomes ever more apparent, especially when some of them re-enact the TV news as a way of describing events. In order to deliver a personalised, responsive service and to improve the site, we remember and store information about how you use it. The scientists witness the processes children go through between four and six, teaching them how to care. Elvin feels rejected when Beatrice starts spending more time with Elouisa; can Beatrice and Elvin repair their friendship? George takes the other children's rejection of his family's 'Essex Noodles' recipe to heart.
Well this documentary will explore the world of 10 four-year-olds as they meet in a nursery rigged with cameras that capture every glance, whisper, tussle and emotion. With their parents watching on monitors, the children encounter one another for the first time in October and then again in May. These cookies are completely safe and secure and will never contain any sensitive information. Overseeing the action are two experts - educational neuroscientist Paul Howard-Jones and developmental psychologist Sam Wass - as the youngsters make and break friendships, and find their place in this new social group. These are simple text files which sit on your computer, and are only used by us and our trusted partners.
Channel 4’s series focusing on 4, 5 and 6 year olds is therefore fascinating, as its group of subjects get older and older.


The Secret Life of 6 Year Olds continues the show’s winning blend of cute antics, surprisingly honest observations and amusing conversations.
When the group is asked to vote for the best, he starts to understand why the girl he painted is upset.
One boy, who grew up wearing shiny shirts on stage, testifies loudly to a crowd, while his dad tries to sell DVDs in the car park outside.
Obscenely rich people, who pay through the nose for outrageous (and outrageously expensive) food.
It’s hard to know whether the programme is meant to be celebrating the audacious cuisine or laughing at the swine on screen.
But with Tracy-Ann Oberman’s narration over the top, the parade of excess becomes wonderfully grotesque. However, this is an independent publication: we take care not to let commercial relationships dictate the editorial stance of content or the writing staff. Sign up to the UK's only VOD newsletterNever miss a Netflix release: keep up-to-date with the latest news, reviews and what's coming soon.Never display this againSign me up!



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