On the 1st November 2016, STEEP - an organisation that specialises in the professional development for quality early years provision, will hold their fifth annual conference at Goldsmiths University.
Date: 11/12/2023 – 11/12/2023
5th Annual Conference
Practice – an Early Years tradition
Dr Sarah Helps
Consultant clinical psychologist working at the Tavistock and
Portman NHS Foundation trust. She works predominantly with families with a
person of any age with an autism spectrum condition. Her research
interests focus on the micro-processes of therapeutic work with families
Simon is a 23 year old with a diagnosis of high functioning
autism. He is on a personal campaign to increase awareness and understanding of
autism based on his personal experiences. Hi audience has included parent
support groups, medical professionals, teachers and social workers.
Assistant headteacher in an Enfield infant school. Anna is well
known for her recent guides to success in the classroom, The Reception Year in
Action and The Nursery Year in Action. She is a firm believer in planning
which is immediately responsive to childrens interests and promotes an
inclusive environment for all children, which promotes confidence and
is an Early Childhood Specialist organisation,
support, training and professional development
those working in this vital and specialist phase
children’s lifelong learning.
Development for quality Early Years provision’
Who is this
Heads, Deputies, Teachers,
Nursery Nurses, Teaching Assistants, Early Years Assistants, Early Years Practitioners,
Local Authority School Improvement Teams, Childminders – anyone working
with children and families; all those involved in meeting the individual needs
of children in an inclusive learning environment.
Check out the website to book tickets now. Early Bird tickets are only available until 31/07/16.