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WIN £700 Worth of Outdoor Play Equipment! : provided by Community Playthings - Book Now to Enter!

Giveaways, Offers & Event Takeaways

On top of our fantastic speaker programme, we're running a raffle sponsored by Community Playthings, providing some of the best resources in the sector for free and giving away on-demand CPD seminars to view before the event even begins! 

Check it out below!

Raffle Giveaway!

Register now and be in with the chance of winning an Outlast Tunnel worth £700, donated by our amazing sponsor Community Playthings! To DOUBLE your chance of winning - share our Virtual Summit on social media at registration!

Beautifully constructed from weatherproof wood, the the Outlast Tunnel has wide feet for stability and shatterproof windows make exploration safe. “Going through a boundary” is a schema many young children experience, and the Tunnel supports this well. Toddlers will discover and explore, building confidence and developing their gross motor skills. For ages 9 to 36 months.

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Free Resources!


Here at Childcare & Education Virtual Summit, we're lucky to have such a fantastic community. Part of this community are two of the most inspirational names within the sector, Mrs Mactivity and Adventures with Alice! 

We've been provided with some excellent resources, which will be provided for FREE once you book your ticket to the Virtual Summit.

The resources will be emailed to you directly after the event takes place (we hope you love them just as much as we do!)

Alice Sharp, Managing Director of Adventures with Alice.

I have been fortunate to have squeezed a lot into my life so far! As I look back at those early steps into adult life; first as an undecided Civil Servant, then as a determined teacher and finally that giant whole-hearted step into the world of early childhood, I feel real gratitude that I found my way into this world of infinite possibility. I have been a primary teacher for 30 years, an associate of London Early Years Foundation, multi Award Winner within the Early Years Sector and the creator of over 200 specialist courses delivered all over the UK and around the Globe. I work with all four governments of the United Kingdom, am a senior lecturer for Early Years at Glasgow College, a guest Lecturer at University of Glasgow, University of Wales, University of Carmarthen and Queens University and an author and writer of books and publications. A world that challenges the heart and mind, and because every child is different; so is every day! The driving force behind everything that I have done and continue to do is the overwhelming desire to make a positive difference on the lives of practitioners and the children in their care. What we do matters; every minute of every day! We do make a difference to the children in our care!

Sue Asquith, Early Childhood Consultant. 

Sue’s is a freelance early childhood consultant. Her early years experience began in 1998 as a registered childminder growing her skills becoming a childminder mentor, lead childminder affiliated with local children centres and an early lead language practitioner. After 2 consecutive Ofsted Outstanding grades, she made the difficult decision to resign her Ofsted registration in 2015 proceeding to work for/with charities such as ICAN, Communication Trust PACEY and NDNA on various DfE funded projects. Sue started writing and delivering training courses in 2001 adding assessment to her skills portfolio in 2011. She delivers training courses and assesses throughout the UK and internationally, her first published book, Self-Regulation Skills in Young Children was released in April and is available on Amazon and other book retailer's websites.