Diane Rich

 

Rich Learning Opportunities


Work with other associations

Coram Family
DfES
London Play
Learning Through Landscapes
National Childrenís Bureau, Early Childhood Unit
QCA
Teacherís TV
 

Coram Family

Diane Rich was involved in the Coram Family project Listening to Young Children. She was invited to join the team of authors of the Listening to Young Children to devise training materials and lead training sessions. The training was launched through a series of conferences nationwide in 2004.

For more information on the Listening to Young Children project visit www.coram.co.uk But donít forget to come back.

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DfES

Diane Rich has supported the work of the DfES in different ways. She is part of a group of consultants leading the DfES training days on Equality Issues in the Early Years.

For more information on DfES visit www.dfes.org.uk But donít forget to come back.

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London Play

Diane Rich is a trustee of London Play, the charity working for a capital where children can play.
London Play is a London-wide voluntary organisation set up in 1998 to support and co-ordinate out-of-school play services for children across London. It was established as a direct response to the 1996 Torkildsen report, commissioned by London Borough Grants (now the Association of London Government), on the needs of childrenís play sector in the capital.

For more information on London Play visit www.londonplay.org.uk But donít forget to come back.

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Learning Through Landscapes

Diane Rich supports the work of Learning Through Landscapes. In 2003 and 2004 she was invited to act as chair for the meetings to develop the Learning Through Landscapes vision and values statement. Rich Learning Opportunities endorses this statement. click here

In 2004 Diane represented Learning through Landscapes, working as consultant for outdoor development projects in newly amalgamated and brand new childrenís centres in the south of England. She has been invited to be a speaker at a Learning Through Landscapes national conference in 2005.

For more information on Learning Through Landscapes visit www.ltl.org.uk But donít forget to come back.

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National Childrenís Bureau-Early Childhood Unit

Diane Rich has been involved with the National Childrenís Bureau-Early Childhood Unit since 1999 when she worked as a freelance researcher on two key projects: Everyday Stories and Integration in Practice
For more information on the Everyday Stories Project and The National Childrenís Bureau-Early Childhood Unit visit www.ncb.org.uk But donít forget to come back.

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QCA

Diane Rich has been involved in the work of QCA through her work as early years consultant on the 2004 cd rom materials on building the foundation stage profile "Observing children - building the Profile". On this project she worked with the TV company Television Junction, and consultant colleague Brenda Spencer to influence the work. Throughout Diane was committed to ensuring that that there were images of first hand experience, play and outdoor learning in all of the sample materials.

In 2002-2003 Diane Rich was part of the QCA early years consultative group.

For more information on QCA visit www.qca.org.uk But donít forget to come back.

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Teacherís TV

In 2004 Diane Rich wrote a report evaluating the need for a television channel dedicated to early years providers. click here

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