3 & 4 February 2017 | The Business Design Centre | London
The Nursery World Show is the leading, most-established show for everyone in the early years community and continues to grow in size, stature and appeal. The Nursery World Show 2016 took place in February and welcomed over 3,100 visitors for two days of dedicated early years focus combining professional seminars, expert-led masterclasses, a free live theatre, nutrition zone and an exhibition with over 100 companies, organisations and charities packing out the show floor.
The 2017 show will be even bigger and better, with some major new features being launched including the Early Years Resources & Learning Zone sponsored by TTS, and the Training & Consultancy Zone sponsored by NEyTCO. These new features and our regular attractions will contribute to and enhance the importance, relevance and must-attend nature of this event to the people it serves: everyone in the early years community.
So save the dates in your diary: Friday 3 and Saturday 4 February 2017, register to attend and book your places on the seminars and masterclasses - the Early Bird discount deadline is extended until 9 December. We’re looking forward to seeing you all there.
The publications supporting the Nursery World Show 2017
Early Years Educator is the monthly magazine and website which is essential reading for all those who work in early years. The title has regular sections on the early years foundation stage, children's centres, child health and behaviour, special needs, management issues, continuing professional development, the outdoor classroom and training. EYE takes an in-depth, analytical approach to the early years and is designed to provide readers with information, advice and guidance that supports their daily practice and development. To learn more about EYE, please click here.
Practical Pre-School magazine, incorporating Childcare, is a monthly magazine designed to support early years and nursery practitioners in their work. Packed with practical activities linked to the requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage, and supported by an engaging mix of professional features that explore areas including Ofsted, policy, management, child development and behaviour. Practical Pre-School is essential reading for all those in the early years. To learn more about Practical Pre-School, please click here.
Practical Pre-School Books is a specialist publisher of resources for early years educators, providing best-practice guidance to the requirements of the EYFS. They range from planning and observation to child development, health and wellbeing to leadership and management, with key issues focusing on how children learn - all explained in a way that is completely clear and accessible. To learn more about Practical Pre-School Books, please click here.
Children & Young People Now is the magazine and website resource for professionals working at all levels to promote the learning, development, wellbeing and safeguarding of children, young people and families, providing essential policy analysis, research and evidence-based practice. To learn more about Children & Young People Now, please click here.
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