Thank you to everyone who made the 2016 No Wrong Door conference such a success. We want to make sure that people take the energy and enthusiasm from the day into your day to day practice. Below are resources from the day including videos of key note presentations.
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The No Wrong Door conference took place on the 27th January 2016 at York Racecourse and launched our new Children and Young People's Plan.
|09.00||Registration and Marketplace|
|09.30||Welcome Cllr Jenny Brooks, Lead Member for Education, Children & Young People|
|09.40||Launching our new children and young people’s plan, Jon Stonehouse, Director of Children’s Services, City of York Council|
|10.00||GEMS (Girls Enrichment Mentoring), Helen Illman, Programmes and Operations Coordinator, York Cares|
|10.25||What makes a good childhood?, Larissa Pople, Senior Researcher, The Children’s Society|
|10.50||Ambitious for children, Anne Longfield, Children’s Commissioner for England|
|11.10||It’s not okay play, York St John University|
|11.30||Morning Workshops, See workshops section for details|
|12.30||Lunch and Marketplace, The marketplace is an interactive session where different services and agencies can share information about their area of work with delegates.|
|13.30||North Yorkshire Youth Commission on Police and Crime, Rose Dowling, Young people from the North Yorkshire Police Youth Commission|
|13.50||Poor Beginnings: health inequalities among young children across England, Zoe Renton, Head of Policy, Public Affairs and Information (National Children’s Bureau)|
|14.10||0-19 Healthy Child Programme, Sharon Stoltz, Interim Director of Public Health|
|14.30||Afternoon workshops, see workshops section for details|
The workshops form a key part of the No Wrong Door conference and you can find information and resources from the workshops on this website. Where possible we have provided details of where you can find further information and training to compliment the workshop materials.
Our afternoon co-host was Josh, one of our children in care, who shared a poem he had written about his experience of being in care.