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Earlyarts, the largest national network for people working creatively with children and families in the arts, cultural and early years, is to launch its new national strategy.
It will be launching the strategy on 2 April at St Mary's Conference Centre in Sheffield.
Ruth Churchill Dower, director of Earlyarts said: ‘We recognise a clear role for Earlyarts in providing a significant bridge between the arts, cultural and early years sectors.’
She added: ‘Our launch day will provide the opportunity to connect with the country's top thinkers in cultural, early years and family provision, gain exclusive insights into policy agendas to inform decision making, and inspire potential partners to join the country's first national affiliates programme for high quality creative provision for early years.’
Baroness Estelle Morris, who will be giving a leadership masterclass at the launch said: ‘I have known Earlyarts and the vital work it does to support creativity in the early years sector for a number of years and have seen its quality and impact grow.'
'Earlyarts has already changed life opportunities for many young people and their parents and I very much look forward to seeing this next stage of development.'
Full information about booking on any element of the day, and a detailed programme for the day can be found on the Earlyarts website.