NDNA Conference

NDNA Conference and Awards 2017 will take place on Friday 30 June at Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester with two fantastic streams available; Leadership and Practice.

Check out the exciting line-up below and book your place now to secure up to 20% off with our early bird rates.

2016 highlights

Leadership Stream

Government and Ofsted latest sector updates; business inspiration from Paul Lindley; Improving mental health with Professor Dame Sue Bailey; Question time with 30 hours early implementers; Open up your mind to mathematics with maths guru and TV presenter Johnny Ball.

View the agenda here

Early Bird Rates
Members: £210+VAT  (£168 for Network Chairs)
Non members £253+VAT
Group discounts also available 

Book now



Practice Stream

“Planning in the Moment” with Anna Ephgrave; Language with technology with Chatta; Story telling with Neil Griffiths; Dancing with Helen Battelley; Reduce anxiety with expert Jane Evans; Open up your mind to mathematics with maths guru and TV presenter Johnny Ball.

Early bird rates
Members: £110+VAT
Non members: £142+VAT
Group discounts also available 

Book now


Download our conference leaflet for more information here


NDNA Awards

The NDNA Nursery Awards, now in their 14th year, are the only early years awards voted for by parents as well as judged on excellence.

A rigorous shortlisting process involving visits and interviews by our early years experts is followed by submission to our judging panel.

Hotel bookings

Make a night of it and treat your staff to say thanks for their hard work.

Stay overnight for our awards celebrations and book early through our accommodation service to access a great range of hotel rooms.

Call Bev on 0161 4277057 and quote ‘NDNA conference’.


Looking to present your company to childcare professionals?

Contact Corporate Partnerships Manager Natasha White on 01484 40 70 70 ext 210 / natasha.white@ndna.org.uk

Download our Marketing Opportunities Brochure here and get an insight in to our 2016 conference with our video here