Don't miss out on the seminar of your choice - tickets are selling fast across the two days.
Maths is a particular focus, with Dr Lala Manners leading 'Meaningful maths learning through physical play' and Penny Tassoni on 'Supporting children's mathematiclal thinking'.
Drawing from different early years approaches is also on the menu, with 'Reggio-inspired practice: creative journeys with young children' from the Reflections Nursery Team; 'Raising quality in the EYFS: learning from Froebel' with Stella Louis and Jane Dyke'; and Barbara Isaacs on 'Bringing the Montessori approach to your early years practice'.
The ever-popular subject of behaviour is the theme for Dr Kay Mathieson, who also presents on 'British Values in superhero play', while Julia Manning-Morton leads 'The positive relationships that support self-regulation in nursery'.
Practical skills are to the fore in two sessions from Pete Moorhouse on woodwork and photography, and you can follow Harrington Nursery School's 'digital journey'.
Also on the programme from speakers including Alice Sharp, Dr Rose Drury, Julie Mountain, Sue Overton and Judith Twani are:
- sessions on outdoors and physcial activity
- transitions for two-year-olds
- the baby room
- the characteristics of effective learning
- planning, observation and assessment
Book tickets at www.nurseryworldshow.com/london