Our calendar lists events of interest to people working with parents and families.
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It will be a learning day with knowledge updates, practical strategies and tips. The keynote speaker will be Brenda Smith Myles, Ph.D., USA who is a world autism expert.
Date: 28 February 2020
The conference will examine the next steps for early years education in Scotland, focusing on child development in the early years - including:
Date: 12 March 2020
Upstart is bringing to Scotland three international experts on the three ‘giants of early years’ to discuss what really matters in play-based pedagogy. They’ll be joined by a home-grown expert from Fife’s ‘Secret Garden’ to describe 21st century outdoor kindergarten pedagogy.
Date: 14 March 2020
Aimed mostly at psychologists, counsellors, and health professionals who work with parents and families who have experienced perinatal trauma.
Date: 21 March 2020
This year's theme is Back to Basics: Celebrating Songs and Rhymes. The conference will be exploring why songs and rhymes are so important and the benefits they have for speech and language acquisition, physical development and coordination.
Date: 24 March 2020
The Conference will offer an opportunity for practitioners to find out more about the connections between gaming and gambling, and to discuss how gambling harms affect the wellbeing of young people and families.
Date: 1 April 2020
The conference will explore how well policies align with reality and what more must be done to address the challenges faced by children, their families, and the professionals that support them.
Date: 12 May 2020
The conference will provide an understanding and awareness about anxiety, self-harm and suicide, as well as practical support for teachers and other professionals working with children and young people.
Date: 8 June 2020
The conference will take a multi-disciplinary approach to understanding the direct and indirect causes and consequences of inequality, how it manifests in different ways across different social groups and a range of spatial levels.
Date: 9 to 10 June 2020
This workshop will explore the nature of typical traumatic events for parents and infants in the perinatal period and discuss ways practitioners can work with (and through) trauma in the parent-infant relationship.
Date: 13 June 2020