BSCP "The Voice of the Child" Partnership Event

Date & Time:

Wednesday 11 December 2019 (9.30 for a 10.00 prompt start - 16.00)

Venue:

Adams Park Conference Centre at the home of Wycombe Wanderers Football Club, Wycombe Wanderers Football Club Adams Park Hillbottom Road High Wycombe

Detail:

“Do you work or volunteer with children and want to explore what more you and your organisation could do to really have meaningful engagement with children?

If so, then attendance at this year’s conference, titled ‘The Voice of the Child’, is a must for you.

 

We have secured some inspirational and challenging speakers who will bring to life what it feels like to have been on the receiving end of children’s services and to now be in positions where they can influence future provision. The day will provide you with an opportunity to listen, to think and to bring the lived experience of children into the room.

 

 I am very much looking forward to the day and I hope that you will join me on 11th December.”

 

Francis Habgood - Independent Chair of the Partnership

 

There will be an opportunity to ask each guest speaker some questions after their presentation.

We would also request that you plan to attend for the whole day and take part in the plenary Q&A session at the end. 

This event is free to attend however there will be a charge of £60 in the event of non-attendance or cancelling your place 7 days or less prior to the event taking place.

 

Guest speakers on the day are

Dr Jenny Molloy - is a care leaver, patron of BASW England and the author of Hackney Child, Tainted Love and Neglected, she regularly gives talks and is called on by government bodies to advise on the care and fostering of children.

 

Luke Rodgers - The Care Leavers, after an inspirational story as a care leaver and building Foster Focus has seen him winning multiple awards for his work, the ‘Entrepreneur of Excellence Award’ in 2015 from the National Diversity Awards, the ’Young Social Entrepreneur Award’ in 2014 from Unltd, ‘Childrens Achievement Award’ in 2013 from Children and Young People Now. Most recently Luke was recognised on the 2018 Queens Birthday Honours List for the British Empire Medal (BEM) for his commitment to children and families

 

Lemn Sissay - author of My Name is Why, Bafta nominated International prize winning writer, awarded an MBE for services to literature by The Queen of England, The Pen Pinter Prize and a Points of Light Award from The Prime Minister

 

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Booking:

Booking has now closed for this event.

Further Information:

Type:

BSCP Conference

Enquiries:

bscptrainingteam@buckscc.gov.uk

Trainer:

Guest speakers

Venue Details:

Adams Park Conference Centre at the home of Wycombe Wanderers Football Club, Wycombe Wanderers Football Club Adams Park Hillbottom Road High Wycombe