Keele Nursery opens for Evening Lectures
To support parents attending the Grand Challenges and the Inaugural Lectures, the Keele Nursery will be offering extended opening hours. The Keele University Day Nursery offers excellent provision in their purpose built state of the art facilities set within their own secure grounds on the Keele campus. The nursery usually closes at 6.00pm and for the Keele evening lectures, provision will be extended until 7.15pm.
This offer is available to all staff and students and is free of charge. It is available both for those who currently use the nursery and for those who simply wish to attend one of the lectures and take advantage of this opportunity. If your child/children are already at the nursery you may extend their day and pick them up later, others may drop their child/children off from 5.30 – 7.00pm. The multifunction Butterfly room in the nursery will be available and this is suitable for children up to 10 years.
Current planned evening events at ILAS are listed here:
November 7th 2018 6.00pm
- Innovation and Knowledge Exchange : The development of a Knowledge Exchange framework
Professor Trevor McMillan VC Keele
November 28th 6.00pm
- A public health narrative for anti-discrimination law
Professor Iyola Solanke
December 5th 5.30pm
- Can women ever win in politics? Reflections on the centenary of women’s suffrage
February 13th 2019 6.00pm
- What is the role of people in an age of intelligent machines?
Dr Joanne Bryson
The evening lecture usually starts at 6.00pm and refreshments are served from 5.30 pm. The only current exception is Melissa Benn’s event which starts at 5.30 with drinks from 5.00pm.
Dates and details for the Inaugural Lectures can be found here.
The nursery will be open until 7.00pm and children must be collected by 7.15pm. There is no need to contact in advance, simply drop in. If you have any questions about the provision do get in touch with the Nursery Manager Wendy Foster by email email@example.com or phone 01782 733 394
We look forward to seeing you at the Grand Challenges Lectures.