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PVIs, schools, Childminders and clubs: Working in Partnership in delivering the 30 hour offer to children across the town

WHAT DOES PARTNERSHIP WORKING MEAN FOR THE 30 HOUR OFFER? WHAT COULD THIS LOOK LIKE IN YOUR AREA? WOULD YOU LIKE TO DEVELOP PARTNERSHIP WORKING IN YOUR AREA?

Outline

This free event is offered to all our providers working with early years children to support partnership working to deliver the 30 hour offer to working families.

Description

We are delighted to offer this meeting run by Action for Children in Luton who are supporting the 30 hour childcare offer nationally.

Action for Children is offering this opportunity to look at effective and innovative ways to enable partnerships to form and develop across the early years sector within your local area. A particular focus will be given to the relationships between schools and PVI settings / childminders to support delivery of the 30 hours.

Topics covered include;

· Effective partnership working to support the 30 hours
· Learning from the Hubs model
· Partnership toolkit
· Learning from early implementation evaluation
· Support available from Action for Children

Please attend if you are interested to find out more, even if you are not currently offering 30 hour child care places.

The audience for this event is schools, maintained nursery schools, PVI settings, childminders, Children’s Centres and out of school providers who are looking at delivering the 30 hours through a partnership approach.

It is open to practitioners, teachers, Heads, setting managers and owners, committee members, governors, Business and Finance managers, childminders and assistants, before and after school club organisers and committees.

Sarah Read from Action for Children will be running two sessions: 4.15- 6pm and repeated at 7-9pm. Participants need only attend one session.

Where participants have registered and are accepted onto courses there is an expectation they will cancel their place, via the schoolsupport.luton.gov.uk website (within forty eight hours of the course start time) if they are unable to attend. Failure to do so will result in being charged £25.

Delegates who attend this session without booking a place will be charged £25.00 administration fee per person.

Booking Information

Please select a maximum of three places per site per session.

If you require more places, please contact earlyyearscpd@luton.gov.uk as we hold a reserve list.

You will need an account to book your place. Please create your free account by going to the sign up page: (http://schoolsupport.luton.gov.uk/Enquiry/SignUp) Any problems contact schoolsupportcourses@luton.gov.uk.

Audience

EYs practitioners, teachers, Heads, setting managers/owners, committee members, governors, Business/Finance managers, childminders/assistants, before & after school club organisers/committees.

19 Mar 2018 19:00 - 21:00

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School Improvement - Early Years, Primary Phase & Secondary Phase
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Date and Time

19 Mar 2018 19:00 - 21:00

Venue

The Leagrave Centre (CH / Cedar Hall), Strangers Way, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU4 9ND

Trainer

Action for Children with the Early Years Team