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As part of their continuing work as the DfE’s strategic partner for early years and childcare, 4Children are delighted to announce the next round of Learn Explore Debate (LED) events.
The LED events will focus on the following:
New Early Years workforce strategy
Pre-consultation on 30 hours childcare
Information on the Model Agreement and Fair Funding
Social Investment in the Early Years
The event will start promptly at 10am, with refreshments beginning at 9.45am. A working lunch will be provided due to the robust agenda and focus on gaining feedback for the DfE. The event will end around 2.30pm.
Additionally, the findings of the 4Children ‘Childcare and Early Learning Hubs’ project will be shared from 2.30pm to 4pm for those interested in staying to find out more in relationship to partnership working with a particular focus on the 30 hour entitlement.
Who should attend?
The events are aimed at organisations, local authorities, leaders and managers of all providers, schools and settings, as well as all those involved in early years. The sessions provide an opportunity to learn and share together, as well as giving the latest information on early years and childcare.
The LED events are free to all and therefore extremely popular with long waiting lists. We kindly ask that your organisation book a maximum of 3 places and inform firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible should someone not be able to attend.
To secure your place, please click on the 'book now' button at the right hand side of this page.
We look forward to seeing you there.