Learn essential safeguarding strategies at our Show seminar

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An impressive line-up of early years experts will be delivering the seminar and masterclass programme at our NW Show in London on 3 and 4 February.


Delivering our Friday seminar ‘Safeguarding: acting on the signs’ will be Sue Overton, a senior partner of early years training company Sue Overton Associates and an expert in child protection.

‘Individual responsibility’ and ‘team work’ are essential to ensuring the protection and well-being of children in early years settings. So, Sue will be outlining strategies to ensure that every member is well-informed and confident in raising concerns about a child’s safety and well-being, as well as offering practical guidance on how to ensure the whole staff team responds in unison and consistently to any concerns.

Sue makes good use of video in her training, and as well as outlining expectations of staff, she will be touching on common mistakes and challenges linked to child protection.

Also available on Friday is our masterclass Closing the Gap: three to five, which will focus on self-regulation and be led by Professors Clancy Blair and C Cybele Raver, both from New York University and world experts on the neuroscience of self-regulation.

Other seminar topics of the day are ‘meaningful maths’, British Values and superhero play, and transitions.

Tickets are selling fast across the two days of the Show, so don’t miss out. To see the seminar and masterclass for both days, and to register and book, visit: www.nurseryworldshow.com/london

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