National Children’s Bureau announce five Learn - Explore - Debate events in July

News - 04 Jun 2019

As the Department for Education’s strategic partner for early years, NCB has announced a set of five Learn - Explore - Debate events.

Why attend?
Learn about the government’s early years social mobility programme, including the planned EYFS reforms, and how changes to the Ofsted early years inspection framework will affect your service.
Explore the latest developments in best practice and the support on offer from national organisations.
Debate the issues that matter to you with representatives from the Department for Education, Ofsted, NCB’s expert staff, and other professionals.
 
Who should attend?
These events are aimed at Early Years organisations, Early Years settings and providers, and local services. 
 
When are the events?
There are five events in July – click on document at the bottom of this news story to book.
The programme will be the same at each event.
 
 
Wednesday 3 July 2019 London SWIP 1NL
Thursday 4 July 2019 Jesmond, Newcastle
Tuesday 9 July 2019 Leeds
Thursday 11 July 2019 Birmingham
Monday 15 July 2019 London SWIP 1NL
 
 
Registration will open at 10.30am with the official programme starting at 11am. The event will end at 3.30pm. 
Refreshments, including lunch, will be provided.  
 
 
If you have any queries about booking, please contact AWhitmore@ncb.org.uk
 
 

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