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There is always a need for high-quality early education, and even as some settings close their doors, others are opening. What are the opportunities and challenges in today’s climate, and crucially, what are the elements that help a nursery to be successful against the odds? This webinar will offer attendees the chance to learn from the expertise of settings that are thriving during difficult times.
Thursday, November 5, 2020 at 12:00 PM
Sarah Steel is the chief executive of The Old Station Nursery Ltd, which has 19 nurseries at present, with a strong emphasis on quality and part of the larger group owned by French childcare company La Maison Bleue.
Stacey Bailey, regional director at N Family Club, qualified as a nursery educator in 1998 and took on various roles within early years, quickly progressing into management. Her passion is leading teams, supporting managers and educators to...
Head of Education, Montessori Centre International
With her extensive experience as a Nursery Manager and an Early Years Educator in a Montessori day-care nursery Preeti understands the challenges facing practitioners and Leaders in Early Years Education.
She brings this insight to MCI in...
Director of Academic Quality and Partnerships, Montessori Centre International
Karen has worked extensively in educational quality assurance, partnering with FE/HE providers to secure institutional and course-level recognitions, nationally and internationally. Work with University partners; Ofqual Awarding Organisations and...