Observing and Interpreting the 100 Languages of Children in Dialogue with the World
London ReFocus Open Meeting
Guest speaker : Penny Lawrence
We are fortunate in having Penny Lawrence presenting at this open meeting.
Penny ran the video centre and worked in the documentation team at the municipal pre-schools and infant–toddler centres of Reggio Emilia for three years. She is currently Senior Lecturer in Early Childhood Studies at the University of Roehampton.
Penny will draw on her experience working in Reggio to consider how the 100 Languages of Children are involved in dialogues between children and the world around them.
How to get there:
By train : From London Bridge to East Dulwich (10 mins. walk); from Victoria or London Bridge Stations to Peckham Rye (8 mins. walk). Good links to Clapham Junction/Victoria, London Bridge
By tube/overground: Jubilee line to Canada Water, then London overground to Peckham Rye
By bus: 176 direct from Waterloo
By car: free off-street parking
4 p.m for 4.30 p.m. start (6 p.m. finish)
Members of Sightlines-Initiative free, non-members £10