EY Matters Panelist in latest Connect Childcare Webinar

Next Thursday 19th June, Juls Davies of EY Matters will be taking her place alongside June O’Sullivan, CEO, London Early Years Foundation and Sarah Steel, Founder and Director, The Old Station Nursery

Connect Childcare hosted a webinar in May just prior to the wider re-opening of Childcare Provisions and Schools ‘Connecting Childcare – The practicalities of reopening your nursery’ with Panelists Cary Rankin, Bertram Nurseries, June O’Sullivan, LEYF, David Wright, PaintPots Nurseries and Linda Baston-Pitt, PurpleBee Learning where the panelists provided details of their experiences during lockdown, their focus on their staff and the children they care for and their plans moving forward.

You can view the previous webinar from the following link: The practicalities of reopening your nursery

To prepare for this webinar, Connect Childcare have launched a survey to understand the current situation for Childcare Providers across the country following a report from DfE that 9 out of 10 children were not back at settings; to take part, please click on the following link: Connect Childcare Survey

The focus of the webinar is to ascertain how provisions are getting on and how things are as the sector moves to a fresh new chapter, what are the considerations and arrangements have had to be put in place and how the children and staff have found the new way of working and also to understand and share how provisions across the country are getting on.

Here is the link to register for the webinar: Connecting Childcare – A fresh new chapter for Early Years

About the Panelists

June O’Sullivan – CEO, London Early Years Foundation – a social enterprise which currently runs 38 nurseries across eleven London boroughs.

Sarah Steel – Founder and Director, The Old Station Nursery – Currently operating 18 nursery settings across the UK

Juliette Davies – Founder and Director, EY Matters – Uniting over 9000 various individuals, organisations and ‘areas’ within the sector for the purpose of raising the status of the profession.

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