Nursery World Business Summit
13th November 2019
Major changes are under way for both the inspection process and the EYFS, with Ofsted’s new framework launching in September and the revised curriculum due to go to consultation by the end of 2019. Both are of huge significance for the early years sector, with much to take on board and respond to. Not only that – there is a new Prime Minister in charge and the current Brexit deadline will have passed by the time of our Summit. What are the implications for policy, funding and business success?
Join us on November 13th and will answer these questions and provide the guidance and insight nursery owners, director, managers, headteachers and EYFS coordinators need.
Nursery World Inspection Conference
6th December 2019
The new Education Inspection Framework (EIF) aims to raise standards and rebalance inspections through a renewed emphasis on ‘Quality of education’, and less focus on outcomes data. Our conference will focus on the ‘Quality of education’ judgement and provide an overview of the new framework. We will look at what ‘quality of education’ means in the context of the early years, provide starting points for planning your early years curriculum, and give practical guidance on how to sequence and provide challenge in children’s learning experiences.
Sign-up today and hear from our expert line-up of speakers from Government, nursery businesses and consultancies.
Measurement, Evaluation and Impact: Achieving Outcomes for Children
5th December 2019
Robust measurement and evaluation processes are increasingly critical to ensure services and interventions have a positive impact for people’s lives. CYP Now is bringing together a range of experts and leading practitioners to address the pressing challenges organisations face and put forward proven approaches and solutions to help maximise impact.
This essential one-day conference will provide a wealth of ideas, tools and actionable insights to support your endeavours in improving outcomes for children, young people and families.
Statutory RSE & Health Education: Supporting Student Wellbeing
22nd January 2020
In September 2020, schools must begin delivery of statutory Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) and Health Education. At this conference you will hear from RSE, PSHE and wellbeing experts, including schools, about what is expected and required under the statutory guidance, how we can deliver both the letter and the spirit of the curriculum, and general practical tips, resources and ideas.
This event, taking place eight months before delivery begins, will help schools to make their final preparations ahead of this important change to the statutory curriculum.