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Families Getting On – A Family Literacy, Language and Numeracy Conference

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Skills for Life Network

A free national conference for anybody with an interest in the engagement and delivery of family literacy, language and numeracy and the continued embedding of Step in to Learning

Families Getting On – A Family Literacy, Language and Numeracy Conference

Wednesday 7 March 2007,

QEII Conference Centre, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster

10am – 4pm

This is a free national conference for anybody with an interest in the engagement and delivery of family literacy, language and numeracy and the continued embedding of Step in to Learning.

Families Getting On aims to:

  • Consider new approaches to engaging and delivering family literacy, language and numeracy
  • Extend the reach of the Step in to Learning approach
  • Explore ways of improving quality and driving up standards in the delivery of family literacy, language and numeracy
  • Update colleagues on current initiatives, new developments and publications.

For further information or conference bookings contact Bridget Winkle, bridget.winkle@tribalgroup.co.uk or 01223 470 480.

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