Lambeth Early Action Partnership (LEAP)
Expert guest speakers present key, national, early-childhood research and practice developments.
Attendees will also learn how LEAP is supporting local children and families.
By attending, you will gain:
The Knowledge Makes Change seminars are free events. They're open to all professionals working with young children and their families in Lambeth.
|Date of seminar||Speakers||Theme||Participants|
|Tues 2 March,
LEAP Public Health Specialist
LEAP Research & Evaluation Manager
|The Impact of Coronavirus on local families, practitioners and services. Findings from LEAP’s Research.||Open to all professionals|
| Wed 17 March,
|Judy Ling Wong
Sowing the Seeds
Jacqui McDermid & Jo Gordon
LEAP CLD Coordinators
|Outdoor Learning. Focusing on LEAP’s Natural Thinkers programme.||Open to all professionals|
Presentations, webinars and other resources from past seminars.
The importance of race, culture and gender for ensuring inclusion within early years and community settings.
A PAIRS (Parent and Infant Relationship Service) webinar for Infant Mental Health Awareness Week 2020.
The story of Big Little Moments, and findings and recommendations from the evaluation.
Please email David Wood, LEAP Programme Manager, to register for an event or find out more.
The inaugural Knowledge Makes Change seminar was on the importance of play in child development.
In attendance was Richard Newson, Senior Media & Communications Officer at the National Children’s Bureau.