Value for Money: School Breakfast Programmes and Other Early Childhood Interventions

February 4th, 2013 at 7:00 am by David Farrar

The Social Service Providers Association are holding a couple of seminars on the topic “Value for Money: School Breakfast Programmes and Other Early Childhood Interventions”.

The guest speaker is Eric Crampton, who I am sure will be both rigorous and interesting.The details are:

Christchurch
Monday 11th February, 1 – 3pm
St Albans Community Centre
1047 Colombo St, St Albans

Wellington
Thursday 14th February, 3 – 5pm
Mezzanine meeting room, First floor of the City Library
65 Victoria St, Wellington Central

Just a gold coin donation to attend and you can register at SSPA.

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5 Responses to “Value for Money: School Breakfast Programmes and Other Early Childhood Interventions”

  1. pq (728 comments) says:

    I am hoping Eric will keep it all simple at the breakfast table social discussion, the Canadain is brilliant but it is best if he does not launch into Dilberito Mexican food alternative or confusology

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  2. backster (2,196 comments) says:

    Is this an advert?

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  3. David Farrar (1,437 comments) says:

    No, I don’t get paid. Many groups ask me to promote events that may be of interest to readers, and sometimes I’ll do so.

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  4. mpledger (425 comments) says:

    He’ll probably recommend alcohol for breakfast.

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  5. Left Right and Centre (3,014 comments) says:

    Two-four Weetbix and milk. Cost? Less than $1 per serving per child. That should take roughly less than a minute to explain for the breakfast part of the seminar.

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