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An event for everyone in the early years community will be opening its doors for the second time at EventCity on Friday 16th June. And to top it off, Alistair Bryce-Clegg will be there eagerly awaiting the arrival of the anticipated crowd of childminders to headteachers as he welcomes you into the exhibition hall.

The educational and enlightening seminar programme has been confirmed and focuses heavily on delivering outstanding EYFS and best practices. Topical and timely issues such as Brexit and 30 hours childcare is also on the agenda to update and inform those who are impacted by the changes. Speakers include the sought-after Di Chilvers along with Alistair Bryce-Clegg who will be taking the stage to host his seminar ‘Thrill, Will, Skill – Let Children Lead the Learning’ following the opening of the event.

Topics for this year include professional development, making maths matter, child’s behaviour and mental health plus much more. Childcare Expo strives to provide its avid visitors with the key information they need to develop and have ensured that the relevant organisations are on hand to offer advice such as NDNA, Pre-School Learning Alliance, NEyTCO and Ofsted. Each will be hosting their own seminar to share their insight to support and advance your practice.

To view the full seminar programme, click here .

Whilst you’re there, visit the great range of early years suppliers to discuss ways to enhance your settings. Our exhibitors will have exclusive special offers for the show and will be more than happy to share tips and advice so you get the most from your visit.

If you are dedicated to the early years and professional development, then this is an event to not miss. To register for your free tickets for yourself and colleagues, please visit www.childcareexpo.co.uk or call 01425 838393.

April 2017