One day to go until the Headteachers’ Roundtable - Summit 2020 begins

07 February 2020

The Headteachers™ Roundtable Summit is a policy and practice summit focusing on debating and finding solutions to the key issues challenging school and education leaders.

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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