The day has arrived! Registration for the popular Childcare Expo London 2017 is now open for early years practitioners to grab their free tickets. Returning to Olympia London on 3 & 4 March, Childcare Expo brings with it tonnes of learning resources and educational wonders for the influential visitors leading the way in early years care.
The informative seminar programme has been announced and includes a host of top names from the industry including June O’Sullivan, Linda Thornton and James Hempsall covering essential early years topics including 30 hours free childcare and Reggio Emilia. With the on-going pressures that the childcare sector faces, it’s time to come together to share knowledge and experience to help direct the way to a positive outcome. Each session provides its audience the opportunity to share views and opinions whilst taking notes and learning from live examples in the sector.
If visitors are looking for a more hands-on approach to solve current issues, then Childcare Expo have a variety of workshops to get involved in from Phonics to EYFS dance and movement. With the overwhelming emphasis on the great outdoors – we bring nature indoors! Come and hold a variety of live creepy crawlies and furry friends to spark the imagination of children in your early years settings.
In case that wasn’t enough to entice the early years community to pop along, Childcare Expo are delighted to announce two brand new feature areas to the arena. The Nanny Zone, the first of its kind, brought to you by BAPN, ANA and Morton Michel, provides a hub of knowledge for all the nannies out there looking to enhance their services as well as share tit bits with fellow friends. If the nanny zone isn’t your bag, then immerse yourself with fairytales and be inspired by those much-loved characters from all of our childhoods in A Magical Place to Learn.
With so much to offer, Childcare Expo is a must attend event for all those who work in childcare. Register for your free tickets today by visiting the website: www.childcareexpo.co.uk. Don’t forget to bring your colleagues along too!