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Nursery Managers Show

27 - 28 June 2024 NEC, BIRMINGHAM

2024 Agenda - Birmingham

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    • Free CPD 1
    Whether it is a nursery break-in, an accident involving a child, or allegations about a member of staff, we will look at the skills nursery managers need in order to be ready to deal with the unexpected crisis.
    • Free CPD 1
    Many EYFS providers are overwhelmed. Establishing and maintaining a positive and supportive workplace environment can be a challenge. This session will explore some of the key actionable steps that leaders and managers can take to address this challenge. Attendees will discover how to actively listen to their team through providing a safe space for open communication. Establishing clear goals and expectations for a culture that values innovation, growth and well-being for both staff and children, and why having clear roles and responsibilities, systems and processes and deliverable policies and procedures are essential to clarity and consistency.
    • Free CPD 1
    Learn the secrets of effective recruitment and retention and how to attract the very best team.
    • Free CPD 2

    Banish imposter syndrome and learn how to confidently manage your team.

    • Free CPD 2
    Expert guidance and advice on business management challenges.
    • Free CPD 2
    • Free CPD 2
    How to manage an inclusive and diverse team.
    • Operational Excellence 1
    Positively impact your setting's provision for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).
    • Operational Excellence 1
    The Department for Education will talk about the government's early education and childcare reform programme including how the department is supporting staff to enter the workforce and navigate the extended funding entitlement.
    • Operational Excellence 1
    Bright Horizons will present research on the positive impact of an environmental curriculum on children, families and the local community.
    • Operational Excellence 1
    • Operational Excellence 1
    Working in partnership with parents and carers is central to early years practice. Kidzrus shares some of the successful initiatives which have helped to develop positive and respectful relationships, including parents’ coffee bars, forest school lessons for parents, and support with funding applications for parents and carers of children with SEND.
    • Operational Excellence 2
    What makes a qualification "full and relevant"? What makes someone qualified to Level 6 in the EYFS? Do Level 3 qualified practitioners still need maths? All your qualification questions answered.
    • Operational Excellence 2

    Hear from Ofsted – Wendy, Angela and Sam will be talking about:
    • Best Start in Life research review
    • Why high quality interactions are vital
    • Why they say ‘do nothing’ when asked what do I need to do to prepare for inspection
    • And more...

    • Operational Excellence 2
    How managers can go beyond a tick-box exercise to ensure their setting is inclusive.
    • Operational Excellence 2
    You're a nursery manager – what next? Find out what career pathways nursery managers have taken, and how to develop your skills for the next challenge.
    • Operational Excellence 2
    From September 2024, funded places are rolling out to children from the age of nine months. What can managers do to ensure they have the right staff, environment and resources to deal with the unique needs of these younger children – and their parents?
    • Operational Excellence 2
    Proven tips and tricks on harnessing the power of Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and other platforms to promote your setting to parents and potential recruits.
    • Entertainment
    • Free CPD 1
    Many EYFS providers are overwhelmed. Establishing and maintaining a positive and supportive workplace environment can be a challenge. This session will explore some of the key actionable steps that leaders and managers can take to address this challenge. Attendees will discover how to actively listen to their team through providing a safe space for open communication. Establishing clear goals and expectations for a culture that values innovation, growth and well-being for both staff and children, and why having clear roles and responsibilities, systems and processes and deliverable policies and procedures are essential to clarity and consistency.
    • Free CPD 1
    Whether it is a nursery break-in, an accident involving a child, or allegations about a member of staff, we will look at the skills nursery managers need in order to be ready to deal with the unexpected crisis.
    • Free CPD 1
    Get hands-on training on how to have difficult conversations with parents and staff alike.
    • Free CPD 1
    Learn the secrets of effective recruitment and retention and how to attract the very best team.
    • Free CPD 1
    Find out about the characteristics of effective leaders.
    • Free CPD 2
    • Free CPD 2
    • Free CPD 2
    How to manage an inclusive and diverse team.
    • Free CPD 2
    Lorna Taylor, physiotherapist, will talk about new research she has conducted with the University of Derby which shows how prevalent back pain is among nursery workers, and present practical ways in which managers can support staff.
    • Operational Excellence 1

    Positively impact your setting's provision for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).

    • Operational Excellence 1
    The Department for Education will talk about the government's early education and childcare reform programme including how the department is supporting staff to enter the workforce and navigate the extended funding entitlement.
    • Operational Excellence 1
    Bright Horizons will talk about the development and impact of its wellbeing curriculum, and how it equips staff to deliver their bespoke curriculum effectively. The Nurture Model is a professional development programme, underpinned by the science of early childhood, which focuses on the importance of co-regulation and attachments in the early stages of children's development.
    • Operational Excellence 1
    • Operational Excellence 1
    Working in partnership with parents and carers is central to early years practice. Kidzrus shares some of the successful initiatives which have helped to develop positive and respectful relationships, including parents’ coffee bars, forest school lessons for parents, and support with funding applications for parents and carers of children with SEND.
    • Operational Excellence 2
    The early years sector is facing significant challenges such as recruitment and retention issues, a funding structure that does not enable settings to maintain high quality education and care and a pandemic that has had serious consequences on the well-being of staff, children, and their families. Coaching and supervision are mechanisms that could support the emotional labour (Hochschild, 1983) and well-being of early years practitioners. The workshop aims to explore how supervision can contain, support, and improve the ‘emotional labour’ and the ‘well-being’ of early childhood practitioners.
    • Operational Excellence 2
    What makes a qualification "full and relevant"? What makes someone qualified to Level 6 in the EYFS? Do Level 3 qualified practitioners still need maths? All your qualification questions answered.
    • Operational Excellence 2
    Hear from Ofsted – Wendy, Angela and Sam will be talking about:
    • Best Start in Life research review
    • Why high quality interactions are vital
    • Why they say ‘do nothing’ when asked what do I need to do to prepare for inspection
    • And more...
    • Operational Excellence 2
    From September 2024, funded places are rolling out to children from the age of nine months. What can managers do to ensure they have the right staff, environment and resources to deal with the unique needs of these younger children – and their parents?
    • Operational Excellence 2
    How managers can go beyond a tick-box exercise to ensure their setting is inclusive.
    • Operational Excellence 2
    Proven tips and tricks on harnessing the power of Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and other platforms to promote your setting to parents and potential recruits.
    • Entertainment
    • Free CPD 1
    • Free CPD 2
    Find out about the characteristics of effective leaders.
    • Free CPD 2

Content Streams

4,000

Attendees

150

Exhibitors

35

Speakers

£0

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