Capita’s Early Years in Scotland Conference comes at a pivotal time as increases to the provision of free childcare hours for three to five year olds are well underway.
Edinburgh, United Kingdom, July 30, 2015 –(PR.com)– A One Day National Conference
Tuesday 27th October – Edinburgh
Capita Conferences’ Early Years Conference comes at a pivotal time as increases to the provision of free childcare hours for three to five years olds are well underway.
With the Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014 laying out further reforms and the introduction of free childcare for two years olds imminent, this event provides an unrivalled opportunity to gain an insight into the changing landscape of Early Years in Scotland.
Hear from Scotland’s Commissioner for Children and Young People on the Children and Young People (Scotland) Act and entitlements for increased hours of childcare. Gain advice on achieving quality care and growing community of early years learners with insight from Education Scotland.
At this time of significant change do not miss this chance to take away practical ideas and strategies for delivering best practice. Attend to ensure you are offering the highest quality childcare for children’s positive early wellbeing and learning.
Expert Speakers Include:
Chair: Alison Todd, Chief Executive, CHILDREN 1ST
Keynote Address: Tam Baillie, Scotland’s Commissioner for Children and Young People
Keynote Address: Anna Fowlie, Chief Executive, The Scottish Social Services Council
Keynote Address: Lesley Brown, Strategic Director of Families, Inclusion and Local Authorities, Education Scotland
Keynote Address: Purnima Tanuka OBE, Chief Executive, National Day Nurseries Association
Laura Falconer, Assistant Director and Lead for Early Years, Barnardo’s Scotland
Lesley Paterson, Head of Centre, Edinburgh Academy
Shirley Allan, Head of Centre, Hugh Smiley PreFive Centre
Lesley Morrison, Head of Centre, Westercraigs Nursery
Julie Wild, Stirling Council Representative and Early Years Lead, National Parent Forum of Scotland
Elizabeth King, Principal Educational Psychologist, South Lanarkshire Council
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