London, United Kingdom, August 05, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- As a fundamental building block for the Coalition’s aim of improving educational attainment for all pupils, ensuring and maintaining attendance at school remains vital.
Capita’s 7th National Children Missing Education (CME) Conference focuses on practical and effective ways for professionals to both track and support children currently not in the school system, whilst tackling the root causes which put children at risk of missing education.
With collaborative working growing in importance and the latest research continually emphasising the value of early intervention strategies, this timely conference explores both the strategic and practical dimensions of CME. This conference provides a crucial forum for you to stay on top of changing priorities.
Informative and interactive sessions will tackle issues including:
- Mobilising the community to resolve CME problems
- Working efficiently with neighbouring authorities
- Understanding Ofsted’s reporting practices
- Early engagement with young carers
- Successful interagency strategies to support Looked After Children’s education
Take this opportunity to learn from leading practitioners ways to build the key skills necessary in continuing to tackle children missing education as new priorities emerge.
For more details please visit http://www.capitaconferences.co.uk/public-sector-conferences/education/full-conferences/article/children-missing-education-1.html?code=MKRG