Doctoral Research - The hidden voice: parental experience of child anaphylaxis in ECEC settings.
Thompson, P. and Simmons, H. (pending: April 2023) Partnership with Parents in Early Childhood Today. London: Sage.
Thompson P. (pending: July 2023) Partnership with Parents and Caregivers : Competency Seven. In Bradbury, A. Musgrave, J. & Perkins, H. (Eds) A Practical Guide To Early Childhood Studies Graduate Practitioner Competencies. (tbc) London: Learning Matters.
Thompson, P. (pending: July 2023) Play In Early Childhood. In Fitzgerald, D., & Maconchie, E. (Eds) Early Childhood Studies. London: Sage.
Bell, G., Borland, S., Summerscales, R. & Thompson, P. (pending September 2023) Digital Dilemmas in the Early Years. In Leask, M. & Younie, S. (Eds) Teaching and learning with technologies in the primary school. London: Routledge Taylor Francis.
Thompson, P. (2021). Professor Tina Bruce. In A. Bradbury and R. Swailes (Eds), Early Childhood Theories Today (currently awaiting print). London: Sage.
Thompson, P. (2018). Supporting Play. In D. Fitzgerald and H. Maconochie (Eds), Early Childhood Studies: A Student’s Guide (pp.131-144). London: Sage.
Thompson, P., Bulloss, J. and Vessey, S. (2017). If you go down to the woods today: young children learning outdoors. In G. Goodliff, N. Canning, J. Parry, and L. Miller, (Eds.), Young Children's Play and Creativity: Multiple Voices, (pp247-256). London: Routledge.
Levy, R. and Thompson, P. (2015) Creating ‘buddy partnerships’ with 5- and 11-year-old-boys: a methodological approach to conducting participatory research with young children. Journal of Early Childhood Research 13 (2), 137-149, first published on July 15, 2013, doi: 10.1177/1476718X13490297.
Thompson, P. (2012) Play in Early Years Education. In: J.Kay, (Ed), Good Practice in The Early Years, 3rd ed. (pp 13-44) London: Continuum.
Thompson, P. (2008) Telly Addicts: How TV and film can be good. Practical Pre School, 1 (91), i-ii.
Thompson, P. (2004) Using Film and Television. Practical Pre School 1 (46), xix-xx.
BRITISH FILM INSTITUTE PRIMARY EDUCATION WORKING GROUP (2003) Look again: A Teaching Guide to using Film and Television with 3–11-year-olds. London, Bfi/ DfES.
Marsh, J. and Thompson, P. (2002) Media Boxes: How video viewing can help develop literacy skills. Early Years Educator 3 (12), i-viii.
Marsh, J. and Thompson, P. (2001) Parental Involvement in literacy development: using media texts. Journal of Research in Reading, 24 (3), 266-278.
Mauritius Study Trip
Sandwich Placement Development