After an extremely successful conference last March, the University of Reading is hosting its second Early Years conference on 2 March 2016. The Institute of Education is delighted to be presenting this specially designed conference for those working with Early Years children.
TICKETS FOR EYFS CONFERENCE 2016 (see below for full details)
This year’s conference will see us turning our attention to how to build resilience in the adults. We will be focusing on ensuring they feel confident in all they do. Delegates should go away feeling reinvigorated and refreshed.
The programme will include a keynote speech and six workshops. There will be opportunities to network and browse the market. To tempt you, here is some feedback from last year:
‘The day was thought provoking, inspiring, great resources, friendly teachers’
‘I liked the mixture of keynote speech + workshops, and the opportunity to share ideas and network’
‘The talk was inspiring, the workshops were useful, all great ideas’.
Focusing on the adult: building resilience and confidence
Institute of Education, University of Reading, London Road campus
Wednesday 2 March 2016 from 9.30am- 3.00pm
9.00 Refreshments, networking, workshop sign-up and welcome
9.45 Keynote speech – Focusing on the adult: building resilience and confidence
12.30 Lunch with discussion group (bookshop)
1. 30 Workshops* (repeated sessions from morning)
3.00 End – you are welcome to stay and mingle with other delegates.
*The same six workshops will be offered both morning and afternoon. Delegates will be required to select two workshops at time of booking from the drop-down menu – one for the morning and one for the afternoon. Remember, you can choose the workshops in either order so if your morning choice is full, simply book that workshop in the afternoon instead, and your other choice for the morning. See below for workshop titles, synopses and speaker biographies.
Cost, which includes refreshments and lunch:
£95 if you book and pay on-line by credit/debit card: TICKETS FOR EYFS CONFERENCE 2016
£120 if you require an invoice