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Holding on to what is essential for young children


Want to know more about the new OFSTED Inspection Framework and proposed EYFS reforms?

Come and hear nationally-recognised early years specialist
Di Chilvers talk about the key issues - and why observation and keeping the child in focus continue to be crucial to our practice, regardless of reforms.

Saturday, 25 January, 2020
10am -12pm
Lancaster & Morecambe
University of Cumbria - Alexandra Building
Di Chilvers
£15 Non members - £5 Members and Students - UoC students FREE
How to book: 
How to book: If you are an Early Education member, in order to book your place, please ensure you are logged in to the members' area before making a booking. Bookings can be made using the online form at the bottom of the event webpage. To book as a non-member, please log in to your online profile and use the same form at the bottom of the event webpage. To receive the student rate please email
Speaker Bios: 

Di has worked in the early years sector for over 40 years as a Nursery Nurse, Teacher, Senior Lecturer, Adviser and National Strategies Regional Adviser.

Now a consultant adviser, she leads on professional development initiatives and has created the ‘Development Map’- an holistic, child-centred way of mapping children’s progress and the ‘Observation and Assessment Toolkit’.

She has written many books and articles and her latest publication “How to recognise and support mathematical mastery in young children’s play – learning from the Talk for Maths Mastery Initiative.” is published later this year.

Event type: 
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