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EYFS Conference 2017 - save the date!

EYFS conference 2017

This year's theme: 'Children Leading the Way!'

Please save the date in your calendars. Further details to follow as soon as we have them.

Outline of event:

This is a one day conference for early years delegates from any setting or school to attend either day. This is the perfect opportunity for the wider EYFS community to develop and share a joint event and enhance the current working relationships for better outcomes for all children in the LA. 

The day will follow a similar format to last year and is a 'longer' morning event and will run from 09.00 to 12.45 with registration from 08.30. 

Further details to follow. 

PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF DATES.

Learning and Teaching Outcomes:

Details to follow.

Dates and Venues:

Fri 3 Feb 2017 ~ The Lawns - Cottingham

Sat 4 Feb 2017 ~ The Lawns - Cottingham

Duration: this is a special arrangement event

This item supports the following Professional Standards: 2b 2c 2d 2e 4b 6d

To book this item go to the CPD booking system:

 CPD Booking and search for item number 702.

Last EYFS Conference

The 2015 East Riding Early Years Conference held at The Lawns Centre, Cottingham was a highly successful event.

There was also an opportunity to celebrate the fact that all early years practitioners are “superheroes”, hence the sliver super hero capes!  

The 2015 EYFS Conference venue, the Lawns Centre, Cottingham
The 2015 EYFS Conference venue, the Lawns Centre, Cottingham.

Contact

If you would like further information about the 2017 Early Years Conference please contact:

Angela Jones, foundation stage strategy manager
Tel: (01482) 392467
Email: angela.jones@eastriding.gov.uk

Marion Hastings, improvement officer (early years)
Email: marion.hastings@eastriding.gov.uk
Tel: (01482) 392408

Emerald Grant, improvement officer (early years)
Email: emerald.grant@eastriding.gov.uk
Tel: (01482) 392483


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