STEEP 4th Annual Conference – Attachment, Empathy and Resilience

This conference will support School Leaders, EY professionals and 'key people' working with young children and families in considering the factors impacting on our children in today's society, and considering our professional role within this context.

Date: 22/04/2024 – 22/04/2024



George Hoskin 
Julie Revels
Margot Sutherland

George Hoskin – from the WAVE Trust, whose purpose is ‘To make the world safer by breaking damaging, inter-generational family cycles. We do this by finding solution to the root causes of damage, before it happens ‘primary’ prevention”.

Julie Revels – trainer and consultant. She is passionate about the contribution which a basic understanding of the neuroscience of early brain development can make to effective work with infants, and excited how about how the KCA “Five to Thrive” approach can link professional Early Years work with the child’s experience in the family and can have a continuing impact on later development.

Dr  Margot Sunderland, Director of Education and Training, The Centre for Child Mental Health London; Honorary Visiting Fellow at London Metropolitan University; Associate Member of the Royal College of Medicine; and Child Psychotherapist with over thirty years experience of working with children and families – shares her perspective

Who is this conference for?

Heads, Deputies, Teachers, Nursery Nurses, Teaching Assistants, Early Years Assistants, Early Years Practitioners, Local Authority School Improvement Teams, Childminders – anyone who is interested in exploring the challenges our children and society face and how we can respond in support. 

To see more information and book here

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