Early Years Web Summit 2016

Early Years practitioners can now join a free, online conference with top experts, from the comfort of their own home.


More and more Early Years practitioners are finding it difficult to attend conferences because of the increasing expense, the location of conferences and, most crucially, getting time to leave their settings for a whole day. The Early Years Summit solves all these problems. You just need a computer with an Internet connection to watch and listen in a place convenient to you, at a time to suit you.  And it is free when you listen and watch the broadcasts live.

As a bonus, you will also be able to buy the recordings to keep forever, so you can refer back to them time and again.

The first Early Years Summit is focused on Talking with Children: Quality Interactions. This is a vital part of outstanding practice and supporting children. The speakers on this year’s Early Years Summit are a collection of well-known and respected experts from home and abroad, so far including:

Alistair Bryce-Clegg
Michael Jones
Dr Ann Clare
Marion Dowling
Chris Reid
Laura Henry
Kathy Brodie

You can sign up now, for free on the website The interviews will be broadcast during the second week of September 2016, from 12th September onwards, and you will be able to access them for free during the week after as well.

The Summit is sponsored by Parent Zone from Connect ChildcareFirst Discoverers  and CACHE

Contact information

Kathy Brodie   Mobile: 07702 323 078

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