Teaching & Learning Conference 2018

Teaching & Learning Conference 2018

Saturday 23 June 2018

We have a fantastic choice of workshops and two excellent keynote speakers at this year’s conference, ‘Encouraging the Leader Within’.

We will send an email to all  delegates who have already booked to make their workshop choices a few weeks before the conference.  In the meantime check out the workshops on offer and start planning your day!

To book your place please click here    See the conference timetable

Workshops

Keynote

Rev Kate Bottley : Heart and Soul – Rediscovering the Passion
Craig Barton: Memory and Desirable Difficulties
Rev Kate Bottley : Heart and Soul – Rediscovering the Passion

Leadership

Sarah Carrie – Behind the scenes – my first year as a head
Dr Sarah Hattam and Sue Woodroofe: Putting staff wellbeing at the heart of school leadership
Karen Jones – Striking the Balance: Heart, Head and Hope in Leadership
Britta Wray: Future leaders
Narinder Gill: Compassionate moral leadership for sustained success.
Sam Pocock: What I wish I knew when I started my leadership journey
Helen Stansfield: Managing a sudden bereavement

Meeting individual student needs

Katie Parlett – Supporting students with SEN through Primary to Secondary and Secondary onwards transitions
Louisa Enstone: Understanding the Gap, rethinking strategies for disadvantaged students
Professor Julian Elliott: “The expert teacher: preventing and managing challenging behaviour”
Lyndsey Todd: Autism from the other side
Chris Dodd: Brilliant at Heart: Promoting Passion, Curiosity and Creative Thinking
Professor Julian Elliott: The dyslexia debate and why it matters to teachers

Primary

Hywel Roberts: Imagineering: The House by the Sea
Glen Hopkins: Giving Work an Audience at Primary
Kelly Ashley: Power-Up Spelling!
Kully Richardson: Making grammar meaningful and accessible
Richard Allman: Sit Less. Move More. How to activate your classroom.
Amanda Gifford: Implementing comparative judgement in writing
Laurence Hughes: An introduction to Philosophy for Children (P4C)
Narinder Gill: Compassionate moral leadership for sustained success.
Chris Dyson: The wellbeing carrot works better than a stick

Subject specific

Kris Boulton: Direct Instruction – the secrets of how to teach anything, with guaranteed success
Tim Chadwick: But the mark scheme says…
Gary Wootton: Reciprocal Reading – Reflections on an EEF Trial
Matt Pinkett: Cutting down AFOREST: A guide to teaching rhetoric
Craig Barton: Making the most of worked examples
Phil Wickham: Resin Casting on a budget

Teaching & learning

Chris Curtis: Systematic Learning
Rebecca Foster – Teaching in a Research-Informed Classroom
Hywel Roberts: Imagineering: The House by the Sea
Gary Wootton: Reciprocal Reading – Reflections on an EEF Trial
Jennifer Webb: Storming the Citadel: a quest for cultural capital
Kelly Ashley: Power-Up Spelling!
Lisa-Jane Ashes: Teacher in a Cupboard
Matt Pinkett and Mark Roberts: Boys Don’t Try? Rethinking Expectations of Boys
Dr Mike Dearden: “Weighing the pig doesn’t make it grow!” or does it?
Isabelle Arnett and Safia Kauser : Knowing and Remembering more

Book your place

To book your place please click here

Or, if you prefer to chat with someone please call our admissions team on 0113 229 1552