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Start a Learning Network

If you are keen to bring Early Excellence training, support and advice to your local area – then starting one of our Learning Networks is a good way to get going.

All you need to do is draw together a group of local schools and let us do all the rest. Our senior consultants lead the network each term ensuring that headteachers and EYFS co-ordinators are briefed on all the latest national developments that impact on early years and primary thinking.

Learning Network Overview
By joining an Early Excellence Network you receive:

  • Three days support for up to eight members of staff, one full day a term.
  • Morning briefings for headteachers.
  • Afternoon briefings for EYFS co-ordinators.
  • Twilight training for six members of EYFS staff.

How to start a Learning Network
To find out more about starting or joining a Learning Network, contact Joanne Henson or Phil Armstrong, on 01422 311 314.

Email Joanne

Email Phil

Experience our Current Learning Networks
There are Learning Networks coming up soon – if these are in your area and you would like to join, please follow the links below:

  • 25 April, Reading: EYFS Learning Network
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  • 26 April, Swindon: EYFS Learning Network
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  • 03 May, Leicester: EYFS Learning Network
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  • 10 May, Gresham’s, Norfolk: EYFS Leaders Network Launch
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  • 11 May, Coventry: Twilight Briefing Session – Find Out About Transformation Projects & Learning Networks
    Join now
  • 16 May, Barnstaple: EY National Update & Creativity in the Early Years Twilight
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  • 22 May, Southend: EYFS Learning Network
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  • 23 May, Ashford, Kent: EYFS Learning Network
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  • 24 May, Active Learning Trust: EYFS Learning Network
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  • 25 May, East Sussex: EYFS Learning Network
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  • 08 June, Nottingham: Y1 Learning Network
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  • 13 June, Bedfordshire: EYFS Learning Network
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  • 14 June, Banbury: EYFS Learning Network
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Establishing a Network has been amazing for my team and all the local schools involved. It provides headteachers with incredibly useful updates and gives EYFS leaders a chance to unpick current issues.

Sarah Tuck
EYFS Teacher,
Oakhurst Primary School, Swindon