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The SSAT National Conference 2018 is only a week away!

November 28, 2018

This year’s SSAT National Conference will focus on what it means to be an imaginative school leader, turning ideas into practical realities, and considering how schools are responding to the big questions of today and tomorrow.

Whatever stage along its journey a school is at, true school and system improvement require leaders who think big; continually raising the bar for the young people they work with. Over the two days, we will hear from inspirational and thought-provoking speakers, who will challenge us to think differently about our approach to education; and to school leaders at the chalk face who are turning imaginative ideas into realities every day.

Find out more here.


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