Early Years Conference 2017 By NAHT is just around the corner!

29 September 2017

For the launch of the Early Years conference the theme is "Celebrating and Sharing the Principles of High Quality Early Years Provision". This conference will support schools in delivering a quality 30 hour offer, either independently or through partnership.

Featuring keynote speakers:


  • Sue Robb OBE, Head of Early Years, Action for Children

  • Gill Jones, HMI, Deputy Director Ofsted, Early Education

  • Professor Kathy Sylva, Honorary Research Fellow and Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Oxford; Effective Pre-school and Primary Education study and Parenting Research



Along with the opportunity to attend three practical workshops, the day is designed to share current educational thinking and examples of effective practice in the Early Years.

Click here for more information on the event.



Click here to book your place now!


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