Headteachers’ Roundtable - Summit 2020 starts next week

31 January 2020

 This year™s core theme is “ The strength to lead “ the profession™s roaring 20s.

The Summit will start with an opening plenary session and then followed by three periods of in-depth and informative workshops. To finish off the day we will come together for a final closing plenary session.

The agenda for next year™s event will be published in December. In the meantime please find below a basic outline of the Summit for 2020. You can view this year™s agenda here.

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