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Developing an Ethos of Resilience with Young Children


Jillian will share background information on her research, including theory and practical ideas for practitioners to use in a range of settings. She will also demonstrate a few activities delegates can try out.

Thursday, 30 January, 2020
7.00-9.00pm (approx. finish time)
Main Lecture Theatre - MacRobert Building (no.17) - University of Aberdeen - King Street - Aberdeen - AB24 5UD
Jillian Harrison-Longworth
Members free - Non Members £10.00 - Students £5.00
How to book: 
Online via the Early Education Website – by clicking on the event – if you are an Early Education member, in order to claim your free place, please login to your account and use the following discount code: EEABERDEEN. If you would like to pay the student rate, please email us at Any queries and requests for invoices should be directed to the following email address in the first instance:
Speaker Bios: 

Jillian Harrison-Longworth has worked in education for twenty years with five of those spent as a Senior Early Years Consultant for Cumbria LA. Her passion and research remain firmly in Early Years and she is currently a Headteacher in Cumbria. Jillian supports other schools and families with Emotional Resilience strategies and Early Language programmes. She is a member of the Diocesan Board of Education, is on the board of the Rural learning Alliance Teaching School and is a Governor /Trustee of an Outstanding Nursery

Event type: 
Evening event
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