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  • The Mayflower Village
  • March 14, 2020
  • Saturday, 10.00 AM to 4.00 PM
  • #BrewEDEY

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#BrewEdEY Southampton 14.03.2020

Commercial Road, Southampton. SO15 1GE

Saturday, 10.00 AM to 4.00 PM
March 14, 2020



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#BrewEdEY Southampton 14.03.2020

Commercial Road, Southampton. SO15 1GE

Saturday, 10.00 AM to 4.00 PM
March 14, 2020


#BrewEdEYSouthampton: NOW SOLD OUT

#BrewEdEY Events are open to all who work in the Early Years sector and to those working in other education phases; their focus is on early education but welcomes anyone with an interest in that particular phase of education.

They are also

  • a fantastic opportunity to hear from other people you wouldn’t normally have the opportunity to listen to.
  • a chance to debate current hot topics
  • the opportunity to connect with other people with different areas of expertise

Perhaps the most important aspect is that it is about working together, deepening your pedagogy and gaining different perspectives.


Jan Dubiel
Jan Dubiel is a nationally and internationally recognised specialist in Early Childhood Education. He was identified by the Times Educational Supplement as one of the ten most influential people in British education in 2018.

Julie Mountain
Julie Mountain is qualified in landscape design and has specialised in supporting schools and early years settings so that they can make the most of the potential of outdoors for learning and play.

David Wright
David Wright is the National Representative for England for the World Forum on Early Care and Education. He is the owner of Paint Pots nursery, Southampton, UK and has long been a vigorous advocate for Men in Early Childcare.

Dr Sue Allingham
Dr Sue Allingham holds an MA and EdD in Early Childhood Education from the University of Sheffield and is one of the country’s leading practitioners in early years teaching and learning. She leads the EYFS training for Inclusion Expert for whom she has written a comprehensive package of professional development. Sue is also a columnist and Consultant Editor for Early Years Educator – EYE- magazine, and a Trustee of Early Education.

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