Thursday, 21 May, 2015
Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington, WA2 7NE
9.30am - 1pm

This event, builds on the work to date in ensuring maximum impact is made of the revised Healthy Child Programme and the transfer of 0-5 public health responsibilities to Local Councils;  it is an opportunity for multi-disciplinary colleagues across Cheshire & Merseyside to come together and agree a definition of school readiness which can be used as the basis for all professionals and parents in terms of preparing children for school, identifying need and prioritising interventions, aimed at addressing these needs  

Who should attend? Health visitors, early years professionals, early years head teachers, senior practitioners and other managers who are working in children’s health and education.

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