Knowledge Makes Change (Seminar Series)

Provider

Lambeth Early Action Partnership

What is the LEAP Knowledge Makes Change Seminar Series?

LEAP's Knowledge Makes Change seminar series aims to inspire and be informative on 'what works' for young children and their families to ensure the best possible outcomes.

At our seminars Lambeth professionals can hear about key national early childhood research and practice developments from our expert guest speakers and find out how LEAP is supporting local children and families.

By attending seminars, we hope that professionals will gain:

  • Knowledge of 'what works' for young children and their families to ensure the best possible outcomes.
  • Inspiration and ideas to take back and share learning with others.
  • Access to a range of resources to support their work.
  • Information about LEAP's services and how to access them.

Who is the seminar for?

The Knowledge Makes Change seminars are free events open to all professionals engaged with young children and their families in Lambeth.

Date of seminar Speaker Theme Participants
28th October 2019 4-6pm Penny Tassoni MBE The importance of play in child development Open to all professionals

*more to be confirmed in coming months

Focus of the events

The Knowledge Makes Change seminar series aims to inspire and be informative on ‘what works’ for young children and their families to ensure the best possible outcomes.

Richard Newson, Senior Media and Communications Officer at the National Children’s Bureau attended the inaugural Knowledge Makes Change seminar on The importance of play in child development. Find out what he learned.

How do I take part?

Please contact LEAP Early Childhood Workforce Officer Angharad Lewis on alewis@ncb.org.uk or at 07377 665460.

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