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Centre For Literacy In Primary Education (CLPE)

44 Webber Street



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Please note- 12.30-1.00 Registration and coffee.

Who should attend?

This event is aimed at key partners who are vital to delivery of the Bookstart programme. Partners include:

  • Libraries

  • Health

  • Early years settings

  • Children’s centres

It will be of particular interest to professionals working in management roles who are responsible for Bookstart within their settings or local authorities.

Event theme:

This event will focus on key issues for participants on multi-agency working through delivering the Bookstart programme. This includes:

- How a multi-agency approach to delivering the Bookstart programme has the greatest impact for families

- How delivery of the Bookstart programme can support meeting wider local authority or organisational aims.

- Understanding the role of different partners who contribute to the delivery of Bookstart messages.

- Practical advice and support on how to establish a multi-agency approach within local authorities or organisations.

Conference programme:

  • 12.30- 1.00pm - registration and coffee

  • What is the ‘big picture’ strategy for multi-agency working in local authorities? An overview of how multi-agency working is increasingly the way forward for local authorities.

  • How does a multi-agency approach to Bookstart actually work within local authorities? Hear from local speakers about how Bookstart supports partnership working with their area

  • How could a multi-agency approach support your role? Learn practical tips specific to your sector and have the opportunity to discuss opportunities and challenges with other local authorities and organisations.

Benefits of attending:

  • Gain insight into how a multi-agency approach to Bookstart works across different sectors.

  • Learn strategies to develop an effective early years Bookstart multi agency approach.

  • Learn how Bookstart can meet your organisational aims and objectives.

  • Opportunity to network with other practitioners about any queries or support you need with Bookstart.

  • Ensure that you have the tools to work with Bookstart using a multi agency strategy to the benefit of families within your settings.

  • Ensure that you have the tools to establish a multiagency approach with Bookstart to support families in your community.

Events will be run in a number of locations across England.

Morning events:

14th March 2017 10.00-12.30 Taunton Library. Paul St, Taunton TA1 3XZ –

15th March 2017 1.00-4.00pm- London Kings Cross- House of Illustration

Afternoon events:

16th March 2017 1.00-4.00pm Hull Central library. Albion St, Hull HU1 3TF –

20th March 2017 1.00-4.00pm - Nottingham Waterstones 1-5 Bridlesmith Gate, Nottingham NG1 2GR. –

21st March 2017 1.00-4.00pm – Manchester Central Library St Peter's Square, Manchester M2 5PD –

23rd March 2017 1.00-4.00pm – Middlesbrough Library. Centre Square, Middlesbrough TS1 2AY

24th March 2017 1.00-4.00pm – British Library (London)

29th March 2017 1.00-4.00pm – Library of Birmingham, Centenary Square Broad Street, Birmingham,B1 2ND

30th March 2017 1.00-4.00– CLPE London. CLPE London.

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