This year’s conference will explore the impact of relationships and unconscious bias in the EYFS and the need to provide a curriculum that is best matched to meet each child’s unique needs.

    Never has there been as much disruption in our children’s early education as there has been in the last year. Practitioners and leaders have not been defeated in their quest to do their very best in meeting children’s needs.

    At this year’s conference, the Herts for Learning Early Years team are delighted to be welcoming three experts in their field to share their knowledge and experiences.

    • Rachel Lewis, Headteacher at Hindley Nursery School and Children Centre
    • Lydia Cuddy-Gibbs, Head of Early Years for Ark Schools
    • Stella Louis, nationally renowned freelance Early Year’s consultant

    Between them, they will be exploring the impact of relationships and unconscious bias in the EYFS and the need to provide a curriculum that is best matched to meet each child’s individual and unique needs. Practicing leaders in Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) will also be sharing real life experiences of working with children during the pandemic.

    This half-day online conference will provide an opportunity for delegates to:

    • gain a greater understanding of the impact of trauma and attachment on children, learning how to support them to become confident and capable learners
    • receive guidance on how implement a curriculum that is effectively designed to meet the needs of all children
    • understand the importance of equality, race and unconscious bias within Early Years and how to reflect these values within your practice and provision
    • ask questions

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