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Learn Explore Debate – Supporting Families in the Foundation Years
Leeds - 17th January, London - 21st January, Birmingham - 22nd January
Following a successful series of Learn, Explore, Debate events in the Autumn, we are running a new series of FREE learn, explore, debate events this time in partnership with the Department of Health as part of the Early Years and Childcare Strategic Partnership.
These seminars will act as a ‘one stop shop’ opportunity to find out about the ongoing integration with health. Speakers from the Department of Health, Department of Education and Sue Robb from 4Children will cover :
• Partnership Working
• Information Sharing
• Integrated Review
• Update on latest early years policy
These events are will be of particular interest to all those working in early years including health visitors, local authority officers, providers, practitioners and teachers, leaders and mangers.
These events are being held as a result of feedback from the sector, asking for more information and opportunities to debate and share thinking with colleagues. They are aimed in particular at bringing together practitioners,organizations, health professionals and local strategic leads for Early Years across the regions.
Feedback from the Autumn event series included:
• ‘Very helpful, well beyond my expectations’.
• ‘The opportunity to discuss/share the reality on the ground is invaluable. More events please’.
• ‘A really useful day, Thank you. Really value this format and the opportunity to learn, explore and debate the 'real' early years agenda’
• ‘Excellent, informative session. Knowledgeable presenters.’
• ‘Very informative and well paced. Plenty of opportunity for group input.’
Places are FREE, and funded by the Department for Education through the Early Years and Childcare Strategic Partner programme. We welcome and encourage multiple booking from the same team, organisation or authority, whoever has an interest in the Early Years and can make it along is welcome – but in the unlikely event of oversubscription we may contact organisations with multiple bookings with a view to ensuring maximum spread of places.