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Early Years Conference

Alliance for Learning presents…

“Well-Being Matters” –  An exciting and informative EY conference with national and local Early Years experts with key note speaker Dr Julian Grenier presenting on the new Development Matters.

 

The Programme

Dr Julian Grenier 

Development Matters 

Julian Grenier was appointed by the Department for Education to lead on the 2020 revision of Development Matters, the non-statutory guidance for the Early Years Foundation Stage in England. Julian has worked in the early years for over 20 years and has a Doctorate in Education from the UCL Institute of Education (University of London). 

 

Robyn Stevenson (Early Years Lead – Elmridge School) 

Wellbeing and Outdoor Learning 

Robyn Stevenson has a wealth of experience working with children aged 3-5 years and has a particular interest in outdoor learning. She has been using this to develop pupil health and wellbeing across the Early Years. 

 

Dawn Mitchell   

5 Ways to Wellbeing 

Dawn is a national trainer, consultant and founder of We Do Wellbeing, a company that works with people to improve their mental and physical health and emotional well-being. She is a consultant and advisor for national organisations including StreetGames UK, the Royal Society for Public Health and Mental Health First Aid England. 

 

Aaron Bradbury

Diversity and Inclusion in Early Years

Principal Lecturer Early Years and Childhood (Learning and Development, Psychology, Special Educational Needs and Inclusion) at Nottingham Trent University. Aaron is the Chair of the LGBTQIA+ Early Years Working group and advocates for representation in the Early Years. He is a Member of the Coalition for the Early Years on the Birth to Five Matters and Researcher on Early Childhood workforce, The voice of the child, and Pioneers of Early Childhood. Co-Chair of the Early Years Academy and owner of Early Years Reviews, Team Early Childhood Podcast and Radio Host on Teacher Hug Radio for Early Years Childhood Chatter. 

 

Date, Time & Venue

Date:   23rd March 2021

Time:  10.00am – 2.45pm

Venue:  Online via Zoom

The Cost

£50 per delegate

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