The National Association for Primary Education are delighted to announce that Nancy Stewart will present our Christian Schiller Lecture 2022.
‘Cherishing the growth of young children: what early years education can be’.
Nancy Stewart is a consultant and writer with wide experience across early years sectors in schools, nurseries, local authority advisory service, and National Strategies where she was Senior Early Years Adviser with a central role in Every Child a Talker. Nancy provided expert advice to the 2012 review of the Early Years Foundation Stage, drawing on her interest in communication and language for thinking, as well as children’s development as self-regulating learners. Nancy co-authored Development Matters 2012, and wrote How children learn – The characteristics of effective early learning. She led development of Birth to Five Matters (2021) as Project Lead for the Early Years Coalition, and is a Vice President of Early Education.
Nancy has earned the reputation as one of the most insightful speakers in the UK, specialising in the field of early years. This event will be of great interest to teachers, tutors, students, parents.
The lecture is free and will be held on Monday 14th March 2022 at 4.45pm.
It is being hosted by Windmill Primary School in Oxford and will be live streamed via zoom.
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