Teaching and Learning Conference 2019
 
 
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Following our very successful and sold out event last year, Haberdashers’ Aske’s School for Girls welcomes you to join us for our third Teaching and Learning Conference.

This year’s event features an array of fantastic speakers and teachers, who will be sharing their expertise and knowledge that will support your practice in the classroom and in your school. This year's theme, 'Where next?', will ask delegates to consider the changing educational landscape and how this might ultimately impact their classrooms, departments and schools. 

Delegates will be able to choose from a wide range of talks in the following areas:

Primary, STEM, Humanities, English, Whole School, Research

We look forward to seeing you there!

 

Keynote Speakers:

Lucy Crehan (Teacher, an education explorer, author of Cleverlands and international education consultant)

Vic Goddard (Headteacher of Passmores Academy, Harlow)

 

Speakers confirmed for this year’s event include (more to be added over the next few weeks):

Will Bailey-Watson – History teacher, Lecturer in Education, University of Reading

Kris Boulton – Maths Teacher, TeachFirst ambassador, Director of Education at Up Learn

Caroline Chapman – Primary School teacher, Forest School lead, Haberdashers’ Aske’s School for Girls

Dawn Cox – Head of Religious Education and SLE for North East Essex Teaching School Alliance

Jules Daulby – Director of Education at the Driver Youth Trust, co-founder and national leader of WomenEd and SEND Governor

Megan Dixon – Director of Literacy and Research, IEE/EEF Research School

Jo Facer – English teacher and Vice Principal, Ebbsfleet Academy

Beth Grenville-Giddings – Teaching Assistant and Research Lead at an SEMH Special School

Grainne Hallahan – English Teacher, TES contributor

Victoria Hewitt – Subject leader for Geography and Environmental Studies, Blogger (aka Mrs Humanities), UK Blog of the Year nominee 2016 and 2017

Niki Kaiser – Chemistry teacher and Research Lead, Norwich Research School

Priya Lakhani OBE – Founder and CEO, Century Tech

Stephen Lockyer – Primary teacher, School leader, Author (‘Lesson planning for Primary Teachers’, 100 idea for Primary Teachers: Interventions’, ‘Hands Up: Questions to ignite thinking in the classroom’)

Jennifer Ludgate – Head of English, research enthusiast

Jo Morgan – Maths teacher and blogger, Member of TES Maths Panel and AQA Expert Panel

Kathryn Morgan Director of CPD and Research Based Learning, The Prince Albert Community Trust, Birmingham

Mary Myatt – Education writer and speaker, Author (‘High Challenge, Low threat: How the Best Leaders Find the Balance’, ‘The Curriculum: Gallimaufry to coherence’)

Sam Pullan – History and Politics teacher, Head of Lower School, Highgate School

 

Tickets cost £25 before 31 December and £35 thereafter and include a welcome breakfast, refreshments and a hot lunch

Delegates will receive an email towards the end of January asking for their session choices.  Please ensure that the email address provided on booking is that of the conference delegate.

Venue: Haberdashers’ Aske’s School for Girls, Aldenham Road, Elstree, WD6 3BT

Arrival and breakfast: 8.30-9.20am

Welcome and Keynote: 9.30am

Finish: 3.30pm

For all enquiries please contact
Daniel Sabato, Assistant Head (Teaching & Learning): dsabato@habsgirls.org.uk or 020 8266 2436

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