Conference: The Neuroscience of Early Intervention
The Neuroscience of Early Intervention conference has been put together by author, researcher and early years consultant Mine Conkbayir.
The conference will be held on Monday 4 February at Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, London, WC1R 4RL starting at 9am and finishing at 4pm.
The Conference is useful for all professionals working with and on behalf of babies, children and young adults – both within and beyond the Early Years sector.
This Conference is borne out of Mine’s Cache Endorsed Learning Programme, Applying Neuroscience to Early Intervention (shortlisted as a finalist in the Best CPD category within the Early Excellence Awards).
The Programme was designed to equip all professionals working with and on behalf of children and young adults with neuroscience informed knowledge, that could be made meaningful in daily practice.
This Conference brings together a range of highly influential professionals who are undertaking life-changing work that is being carried out with and on behalf children and young adults to nurture resilience and enrich lives.
Confirmed speakers include:
Professor Chris Pascal OBE: Director of the Centre for Research in Early Childhood
Professor Tony Bertram: Director of the Centre for Research in Early Childhood
Mine Conkbayir: Award-winning author, PhD researcher and early years consultant
Lil Newton: Headteacher, Highfield Nursery School and Children’s Centre, lead for the West Ipswich Teaching School Alliance and Director of Ipswich Research School
Jack Rowlands: Police Inspector in the Metropolitan Police
Liz Clark: Artist and trainer, Artistic Director of Turned On Its Head and Independent Dance
Rachel Buckler: Managing Director, Early Years Hub and early years trainer and consultant