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Early Childhood Matters Conference

March 10, 2015

Sector Led Quality Improvement – Next steps

National Conference 

Central London

The conference will:

  • Explore the new Sustained Shared Thinking and Emotional Well-being Scale (SSTEW) as used in the SEED project
  • Detail the latest innovative research, thinking and tools for EYFS
  • Detail the EYPP Tool Kit and call for evidence
  • Introduce a new parents tool kit to support their children

 

High profile speakers include:

  • Conference chair – Professor Edward Melhuish, Institute for the Study of Children, Families and Social Issues, Birkbeck, University of London and University of Oxford
  • Sam Gyimah MP, Parliamentary under Secretary of State for Childcare and Education,
  • Professor Iram Siraj, University College London, Institute of Education
  • Denise Kingston, University College London, Institute of Education
  • Kevan Collins, Chief Executive, Education Endowment Foundation
  • Gail DuBock, Principle Consultant, Enable Children
  • Nancy Stewart, Early Years Consultant
  • Dr Jacqui Hardie, Early Years Consultant
  • Sue Robb, Head of Early Years, 4Children
  • Dr Gillian Paull, Senior Associate, Frontiers Economics
  • Jane O’Brien, Director, Policy Research Centre, NatCen Social Research

 

Who should attend?

  • Leaders and managers with a responsibility for delivering the EYFS
  • All staff working in Early Years
  • Early Years Providers
  • Local Authority Officers
  • Independent Consultants working in the early years
  • Advisory staff
  • Early Years Researchers
  • Headteachers
  • Heads of Early Years
  • Staff with responsibility for the EYFS delivery

 

Please note cost of the conference includes a published copy of the new SSTEW Scales plus a 5% discount of SSTEW training.
To book on to this conference, click here to book online or alternatively call the Events team on 020 7522 6970

Details

Date:
March 10, 2015
Registered Charity Number 1107013
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