31/05/2019 : Be Best Sharing Early Years Excellence

Be the Best: sharing early years excellence

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Be Best Sharing Early Years Excellence

Early bird ticket rates end Friday 26th April.   Be the Best: sharing early years excellence The Early Years Alliance annual conference 2019 The 2019 annual Alliance member conference will take place on Friday, 31st May 2019 at the Hilton London Bankside, in Southwark, London SE1 0UG. The Alliance conference has been refreshed for this year.  Delegates will enjoy an even more dynamic, packed programme. We are also increasing opportunities to share best practice, ask questions and interact directly with experts across the day. We’ll give you more specialist, practical business support to take away with you and share with your teams. You will enjoy: valuable insight, advice and practical tools from leading experts in the sector opportunities to discuss and share best practice and views with others practical in-depth focus on important areas of early years business from exploring planned changes to Ofsted framework, the implications of GDPR for safeguarding practice and ways to improve your sustainability generous discount on ticket prices for early birds – only £34.95 for members, or £49.95 for non-members Plus new Belle Tutaev Lifetime Achievement Award celebration specialist exhibition with selected marketleaders from across the early years sector fantastic networking opportunities and refreshments available throughout the day If you are a nursery owner or manager, or pre-school, baby and toddler group, crèche leader, childminder, early years educator, Ofsted, or local authority advisor – this event is for you.

Confirmed speakers Neil Leitch, chief executive, Early Years Alliance will welcome delegates and open the conference Lisa Potts, former nursery practitioner, author and chief executive, Believe to Achieve will share her inspiring first hand story  Gill Jones, deputy director - early childhood, Ofsted, will be joined by Jude Sanders, a working Ofsted Inspector, jointly they will deliver the session Aspire to outstanding Rachel Buckler, co-founder of the Early Years Hub and MD of Safeguarding Training Ltd, will lead the session Safeguarding with confidence Alex Grady, education development officer, Nasen (National association of Special Educational Needs) will run the session Removing barriers for children with SEND The Programme* 09.00 Registration, coffee and exhibition 10.30 Graham McMillan, chair’s welcome 10.35 Neil Leitch, chief executive of the Early Years Alliance 10.50 Special guest speaker, Mary Tutaev, daughter of Early Years Alliance founder Belle Tutaev 11.05 Lisa Potts, former nursery practitioner, author and chief executive at Believe to Achieve 11.25 Refreshments and exhibition 11.45 Aspire to outstanding, Gill Jones, deputy director, early childhood at Ofsted and Jude Sanders, Ofsted inspector 12.45 Light lunch and exhibition 13.45 Alliance Belle Tutaev Lifetime Achievement Award celebration 14.00 Safeguarding with confidence, Rachel Buckler, co-founder of the Early Years Hub and managing director at Safeguarding Training Ltd 15.00 Refreshments and exhibition 15.20 Removing barriers for children with SEND, Alex Grady, education development officer at Nasen 16.30 Conference ends *Programme is subject to change.
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