Early Years Evidence Seminar - Leeds

EIF are holding a series of Evidence Seminars across England to set out the findings of ‘Foundations for Life’, EIF’s review of what works to support parent child interaction in the early years.  The seminars are aimed at those with commissioning responsibility in the early years. They are designed to equip those making commissioning decisions across early years education, health and social care with the latest evidence on what works to support attachment, cognitive development and behaviour.

Seminars are primarily for commissioners and senior leads across local government and health sector. Other interested audiences are also welcome.

Before registering your place at this seminar, all we ask is for you to complete our survey. It will only take 5 minutes but your response is invaluable to us. Please complete our survey here.

All seminars are free of charge and funded by Public Health England. We would encourage you to book your place as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

If you are unable to attend the date of this Evidence Seminar, we are also holding another four across England that may be more suitably timed. See our events page here.

For all enquiries please email info@eif.org.uk.

We will be live tweeting throughout the day. Follow @TheEIFoundation and use #EIFearlyyears to join the discussion.

Event Details

30 November 2016

09:30 - 13:00
Leeds Royal Armouries Museum

Event Material

Evidence Seminar Slides


Public Health England Slides


Donna Molloy Evidence Seminar Slides



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