The Voice of Early Childhood Conference 2023

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The Voice of Early Childhood Conference 2023

Nottingham Trent University, The Teaching and Learning Building, Clifton Campus, Clifton Lane, Nottingham. NG11 8NS

Saturday, 10.00 AM to 5.00 PM
July 8, 2023

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The Voice of Early Childhood Conference 2023

Nottingham Trent University, The Teaching and Learning Building, Clifton Campus, Clifton Lane, Nottingham. NG11 8NS

Saturday, 10.00 AM to 5.00 PM
July 8, 2023

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Where?
Nottingham Trent University,
The Teaching and Learning Building
Clifton Campus, Clifton Lane, Nottingham, NG11 8NS

When?
Saturday 8th July 2023
10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Bringing the early childhood sector together,
being active agents of change and engaging in high quality CPD, discussion and reflection.

What is The Voice Of Early Childhood?

  • The Voice of Early Childhood is the innovative, inclusive and insightful platform for early childhood advocacy and high quality content.
  • Our early years conference brings together high quality content and advocacy all in one shared, reflective and safe space as an in person event.
  • Be prepared to hear from influential names in the sector, as well as take part in active reflection, discussion and debate.

Why should you attend our early years conference?

  • To hear about latest thinking around children’s development and learning
  • To hear from pioneering and well respected early childhood specialists
  •  To take part in active reflection, discussion and debate
  •  To network with other educators, leaders and settings
  •  To gain insight from our partners on the latest resources and business solutions

Who should attend the conference?

  • Early childhood leaders, managers and owners interested in supporting their teams with up to date child development knowledge and ensuring their settings are research and theory informed.
  • Practitioners, childminders, nannies and students interested in children’s development and embedding research and theory into practice.

Key conference themes

  • Pursuing active change in the sector
  • Supporting children’s schematic play in the setting and at home
  • Bringing our full selves to work: The benefits of staff diversity
  • Supporting children and their families from before birth to beyond school
  • How do we tap into every child’s magic?
  • Strengthening connections with families: The potential of co-production

CPD and Advocacy
The aim of this conference is to, not only provide an opportunity for high quality continuous professional development, but importantly to provide a safe space for inquisitive dialogue and shared reflection.

Come prepared not only to learn, but most importantly to reflect, ask questions, discuss and debate!

Book launch
During our early years conference there will be a special book launch of Partnership with Parents in Early Childhood Today by Philippa Thompson and Helen Simmons.

There will be an opportunity to meet and hear from the authors, including the individual chapter contributors

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Our Early Years Speakers

 

'Pursuing Active Change in the Sector'

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Professor Chris Pascal, Professor of Early Childhood Education and Director
Centre for Research in Early Childhood in Birmingham, England

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Professor Tony Bertram, Professor of International Early Childhood Education and Director
Centre for Research in Early Childhood in Birmingham, England

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'Unpicking the school readiness discourse'

Jan Dubiel,
Early Childhood Education Consultant
AISL Harrow and Hempsall's

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'Supporting children and their families through nurturing care'

Aaron Bradbury,
Principal Lecturer of Early Childhood
Nottingham Trent University

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'How do we tap into every child's magic?'

Greg Bottrill,
Childhood Advocate, Author and Creator of Drawing Club
The Drawing Club, The Message Centre, Play Projects and Adventure Island

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'Bringing our full selves to work:
The benefits of staff diversity'

Dr Shaddai Tembo
Lecturer in Early Childhood Studies (UK & China), Bath Spa University. Associate Lecturer, Open University, writer and speaker, Critical Early Years

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'Supporting children's schematic play in the setting and at home'

Wendy Kettleborough,
Brain Architect, Conceptional Engineer, Author, Trainer, Consultant, Creator

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'Strengthening connections with families: The potential of co-production'

Philippa Thompson
Principal Lecturer of Early Childhood
Sheffield Hallam University

Booking
Cost is £76.55 per person
Booking is via Conference Website / Eventbrite
Please note: Cost of tickets was correct at time of publishing.


 

About The Voice of Early Childhood
The Voice of Early Childhood is the innovative platform advocating for Early Childhood through the sharing of a wide range of voices, stimulating reflection, dialogue and a community approach.

Bridging the gap between academia and practice
The Voice of Early Childhood plays a strong role in both practice and academia on international scale, working hand-in-hand with educators, parents and students, as well as the leading Early Childhood specialists, including researchers, academics, trainers, consultants and professionals working in the Early Childhood Community.

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