The IPLA is planning a forum that will take place at The Liner Hotel, Liverpool on 28th – 30th June 2017. The forum is open to all members and non-members and we very much hope that you will be able to attend.
The foci for the event will be to build on the success of last year’s workshop, share best practice, research and ideas in relation to engaging the wider community in developing physical literacy across the world. Margaret Whitehead will be the only keynote speaker and if you wish to contribute to the forum in a more formal way (15 minute presentation) then we invite you to submit an abstract in relation to one of the following:
If you wish to do a short 15 minute presentation – e.g. a short paper, case study or initiative you are involved with then please send it to [email protected] Your abstract should not be longer than 300 words.
The forum will be interactive and we believe that the programme will enable you to benefit personally and professionally through your engagement. The structure of the forum is indicated below but may be subject to modification.
The full forum programme can be downloaded via the link below:
If you wish to stay at the Liner Hotel then you will need to book directly with the Liner Hotel. You can book on a bed and breakfast basis or a half board basis which will include an evening meal at the hotel.
The contact for The Liner Hotel is Ellen Bradley ([email protected]) on 0151 709 7050.
When making your reservation, please use group code 1706IPLAWO_001.
The cost for bed and breakfast accommodation is £69 per night.
If you require a half board option then the three course evening meal is £15 extra (£84).
We look forward to working with you in June.
Margaret Whitehead (President of the IPLA)
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