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Made In Chelsea: Literally!

I am very excited to share that I will be leading a training session at the world renowned Chelsea Open Air Nursery School.

Delegates will have the opportunity to have a tour of the amazing learning environment at Chelsea Open Air Nursery.

Image copyright Chelsea Open Air Nursery

Topic:

Building Parent Partnerships and Championing the Home Learning Environment

Share research about the benefits for the child of positive parent partnerships and a strong home learning environment
Ways to support families to understand that they play a vital role in their child’s education
Listening to parents and valuing their voices
Links to EYFS as it is now a crucial part of the curriculum
What do we currently do? What could we do? How can we promote it? How can we make it meaningful?

Date: Monday 6th January 2014

Time: 9:30am – 12:30pm

Investment: ONLY £30:00 per person!

Places are limited, so please book […]


In the heat of the night!

On Thursday night I had the pleasure of attending the Margaret Horn lecture (United World, Entrepreneurial Leaders) which was hosted by LEYF. In brief Margret Horn, was the founder of LEYF when it was then called the ‘Westminster Health Society’.

June O’Sullivan, CEO of LEYF, eloquently chaired the evening.

It was an inspiring event and I listened attentively to three key note speakers; Greg Kyle-Langley who shared his insight on One Young World, an organisation that brings together the young people from around the world, Tom Sweetman, from Sticky Board, shared his dedication on bringing local communities together and finally Paul Spinks, a Manager from Bright Horizons and co-Chair of the London Men in Childcare.  Paul spoke passionately about the importance and challenges of men working with young children within early […]