CPE learning Exchange – Sue Palmer: 21st Century Children: The state of Play

Hope you will join us at our next Learning Exchange (LEX) in Colwyn Bay, North Wales on Staurday 4th November https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/educational-difference-flexing-and-personalising-education-cpe-learning-exchange-lex-tickets-38494263378 Bookings are open now.

The keynote in the morning programme will be Sue Palmer who will be talking about ’21st century children: the state of play.’
Sue is a writer, broadcaster and consultant on the education of young children. She is well-known to UK teachers as a specialist in literacy, especially the teaching of writing, but concern about children’s lifestyles led her to research and publish the bestselling book ‘Toxic Childhood: How the Modern World Is Damaging Our Children and What We Can Do About It’, followed in 2007 by a practical handbook for parents, ‘Detoxing Childhood: What Parents Need to Know to Raise Bright, Balanced Children.’ Other books include ’21st Century Boys’ and her latest publication ‘Upstart – The Case for Raising the School Starting Age and Providing what the Under-Sevens Really Need.’ Sue is also a popular speaker, addressing thousands of teachers each year across the UK and around the world – and increasingly invited to address audiences of parents, health professionals and others concerned with children’s well-being. She writes frequently in the national press, and has worked as a consultant to the National Literacy Trust, the Basic Skills Agency, many educational publishers, the Department for Education and the BBC. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sue_Palmer

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