A conference for educational leaders and governors which will provide practical strategies to engage all learners.
We are teaming up with Independent Thinking to bring you a conference on how to level the playing field in your classroom and give ALL children the start in life they deserve. We have some of the education sector’s leading specialists joining us on the day to share their expertise.
Being ‘powered by equity’ means all pupils, without exception, are encouraged to develop the essential knowledge and skills that helps them to flourish, thrive and ultimately, succeed in life. This conference aims to ensure that our offer for children, young people and adults is inclusive and equitable for all. It aims to challenge and disrupt our thinking about some of the reasons why some children struggle with learning and how we can rethink and reframe this.
In recognition that education is a key pillar in children and young people’s lives, at conference, we are seeking to explore how our role as educators can harness true learning potential and build aspiration for all. We aim to empower staff to be proactive, think creatively and transform the chances of every individual in our care. We are keen to consider how elements of the current educational landscape, as well as the potential themes of diversity, inclusion, mental health, wellbeing, and attendance, could be woven into the wider theme of celebrating and developing pedagogical approaches to teaching and learning for all children, especially for children who may struggle with formal schooling.
You will leave this conference armed with practical strategies you can use in the classroom the next day. We aim for delegates to feel inspired, galvanised, and hopeful that their work is truly transformative in our endeavour to make learning, in its widest sense, in every context, count for all.
An educational consultant and trainer, Sarah aims to bridge the gap between theory and learning to create a culture where high expectations thrive, improving outcomes for all pupils.
Working until very recently full time in a successful secondary school in the north of England, Haili not only knows how to ensure all students excel academically, but also that no-one needs to be bound by the circumstances around them.
Dave is a successful headteacher with many years’ experience working in and leading schools in challenging socio-economic environments. He shares ideas and strategies that will help educators not so much get back to basics as rediscover their purpose and apply it in a new and creative ways.
Originally a drama teacher cutting his teeth in some of the North of England’s most demanding school environments – including special schools and PRUs – Hywel shows how to bring the learning to life for even the most disaffected children and young people.
As well as a conference about levelling the playing field in the classroom with some of the education sectors most influential names there will also be a vibrant market place populated by providers of educational resources, support services, SEND advisors and many more.
Register now to join this essential discussion on the importance of equity in education and how to bring it to life in the classroom