• Zoom Online
  • February 8, 2022
  • Tuesday, 6.30 PM to 8.00 PM
  • Early Education

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Midlands Branch Event – The Early Years Child: Nurturing children through an Inclusive and Diverse Lens

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Tuesday, 6.30 PM to 8.00 PM
February 8, 2022

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Early Education

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Midlands Branch Event – The Early Years Child: Nurturing children through an Inclusive and Diverse Lens

Zoom Online

Tuesday, 6.30 PM to 8.00 PM
February 8, 2022

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The Unique Child is at the heart of our practice, this  session will focus on this; exploring the word, the context, what it means when looking at the child through a lens of inclusion and diversity.

The session will focus primarily on children and families who are from the LGBTQIA+ community. How are we gaining the voices of the child when it comes to representation within our
Early Years settings? There will be a range of takeaway ideas on how to achieve  this  within your setting as well as  flipping the narrative and position of our own practices when it comes to our Early Years environments. There will be links to how  how Birth to Five Matters non statutory guidance supports the Unique Child and ensuring their Voice is heard, and represented.  


Aaron Bradbury Coffey   is an Early Childhood academic, who pays close attention to all aspects of Early Years and Child Centred Practice, Workforce development, Child Development and Early Help.  He is currently the Principal Lecturer for Childhood and Early Years at Nottingham Trent University in the institute of Social Sciences. Alongside this he has various other roles including being Co-Chair of the Early Years Academy, Chair of the LGBTQIA+ Early Years Working Group, Chair of Governors at Washwood Heath Nursery School in Birmingham and podcast host for Team Early Childhood Podcast. He has worked in a number of Education, Early Years and Social Care settings, including: Children’s Centres, Early Help and short breaks for children with SEND, schools, nursery nettings including PVI, further education and higher education – Early Years and Education, national and local steering groups focusing on a range of policy and practice. Aaron  fundamentally believe that the Early Years are the building blocks of child development and that these are the most important years of a child and families life.


Fees and Booking
This event is:
FREE to branch Members.
£5.00 for members of other branches.
£10.00 for non-members.

More information and booking via Website Link.

 

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