CPD events to support & inspire

29 Jan
h. 09:00 AM

School Business Manager Conference - London

Central London, UK
This one day conference will enable delegates to stay up-to-date with the latest developments as well as network with other School Business Managers and find out about new products and services.
30 Jan
h. 09:00 AM

Effective Operations of Multi-Academy Trusts

ILEC Conference Centre, 47 Lillie Road, London SW6 1UD
This one day event will provide delegates with the strategies and solutions needed to develop a cost-effective and robust MAT operational model.
4 Feb
h. 09:00 AM

Assessment within Special Educational Needs and Disability

ILEC Conference Centre, 47 Lillie Road, London SW6 1UD
This one day conference will host insightful keynotes and content-rich workshops, arming delegates with invaluable guidance to ensure effective, pupil-led SEND assessment within the school.
5 Feb
h. 08:00 AM

Inclusion & Wellbeing MENA 2020

Crowne Plaza Dubai, UAE
This two day event will give delegates access to a multitude of practical sessions and workshops alongside take away resources to support the progress of all students in school.
12 Feb
h. 08:30 AM

Maximising the pupil premium to raise attainment - the use of funding, evidence-based research, and developing a whole-school ap

Central London, UK
This one day seminar will assess the impact of the pupil premium in narrowing the attainment gap between disadvantaged pupils and fellow-students, and strategies for maximising its effectiveness and use within schools.
25 Feb
h. 08:30 AM

Priorities for developing Initial Teacher Training provision in England

Central London, UK
This one day seminar will look at the next steps for improving initial teacher education in England and the introduction of the new Early Career Framework (ECF).
27 Feb
h. 08:30 AM

The next steps for the Further Education sector in England - governance, accountability and ensuring quality provision

Central London, UK
This one day seminar will assess the future governance and accountability of further education (FE) colleges and how to ensure quality provision.
27 Feb
h. 09:00 AM

Financial Management for Schools

ILEC Conference Centre, 47 Lillie Road, London SW6 1UD
This one day event will provide delegates with creative ways to drive efficiency, maximise resources and plan strategically.
4 Mar
h. 08:30 AM

Improving mental health provision for children and young people - policy developments, collaboration and the role of schools

Central London, UK
This one day seminar will be an opportunity to discuss priorities for improving children and young people’s mental health provision in England and follows commitments by the Government to improve provision through the NHS Long Term Plan.
17 Mar
h. 08:30 AM

T Level implementation - content, assessment, and support for providers and student inclusion

Central London, UK
This one day seminar comes ahead of the implementation of the first wave of T Level qualifications in digital, construction, education and childcare from September 2020, with a further 10 to be taught from 2021 and a further 15 by the end September 2023.
25 Mar
h. 08:30 AM

The new Ofsted inspection framework - implementation, impact on schools and the next steps for the curriculum

Central London, UK
This one day seminar will examine the implementation of Ofsted’s new inspection framework with delegates assessing progress in the implementation of the Ofsted inspection framework 2019.
2 Apr
h. 08:30 AM

Primary assessment in England - implementing baseline, and assessment beyond reception and for children below the national curri

Central London, UK
This one day seminar will examine the next steps for primary assessment in England, looking at the implementation of teacher-mediated baseline assessment across primary schools.
23 Apr
h. 12:30 PM

Improving social mobility in England: the impact of the opportunity areas programme and the next steps for tackling regional ine

Central London, UK
This one day seminar will discuss the next steps for improving social mobility in England, and the impact of government’s Opportunity Areas programme.

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