Action for Children is pleased to announce that we will be hosting a partnership working event in London on Monday 22nd January 2018. This event is aimed at new and emerging partnerships with a focus on effective and innovative ways of working in partnership to deliver quality across the EYFS and the 30 hours offer. It is also an additional opportunity to find out more about partnership working if you missed our national events in October and November.
This event will consolidate learning from the partnership work that Action for Children has carried out over the past year. There will be opportunity to hear of examples of existing good practice through our case study presentations and a chance to explore the new toolkits.
Who should attend?
The audience for this event is schools, maintained nursery schools, PVI settings, Childminder Agencies, childminders and Local Authorities who are looking at delivering the 30 hours through a partnership approach. It is particularly aimed at those who are considering partnership working or who are in the early stages of developing partnerships.
Aim of the session:
- Support to schools and settings including childminders wishing to work in partnership with each other
- Explore examples of developing and existing good practice
- Support to Local Authorities interested in working with their providers through a partnership approach to deliver the 30 hours
- Opportunity to explore the new Action for Children partnership toolkits
- Share resources
- Opportunities for networking
Date: Monday 22nd January 2018
Time: 9.30 for 10am start – 3.30pm – lunch is NOT provided at this event
Venue: Regent’s Conferences & Events, Regent’s University London, Inner Circle, Regent’s Park, London, NW1 4NS
Please be aware that this is an additional event put on for those who were unable to get a place at the York or London National Partnership Working events. If you did attend these events we would kindly ask that you don’t book on to this event to enable others to attend – thank you
These events are being brought to you as part of the Department for Education’s VCS grant programme and as such carry no participating costs to those attending.
Reserve your place here.