One week to go until the School Leaders’ Summit 2020

30 January 2020

You will hear from truly inspiring school leaders telling their stories plus breakout sessions that aim to stimulate and empower, and to share current education thinking and good practice. We hope you will leave the conference feeling inspired and motivated with lots to take back to your school, and to tell your school™s story better and with greater impact.

This conference will give leaders at all levels within schools, the opportunity to come together and hear from the best speakers and to be inspired by leaders and schools that are ˜telling their story™. There will be plenty of opportunities to network and learn from fellow participants.



You can find out more here.


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