The Annual Head Of Sixth Form Conference is taking place tomorrow!

22 June 2017

JOIN OVER 100 SIXTH FORM LEADERS - FRIDAY 23 JUNE 2017 20% DISCOUNT for all online applications booked and paid for in May - £349 down to £279.20 Registration, breakfast & exhibition from 8.30am. Programme starts 9.35am. Ends 3.55pm. Nearest underground is Russell Sq. Each delegate will receive a USB flash drive packed with resources - employability materials, inspection resources, teaching and learning, intervention pack for your own in-house workshops, raising standards and marketing materials. This is one of the most practical conferences you will attend - which is why so many return each year.

SPEAKERS:



Byron Parker, Co-Headteacher - Woolwich Polytechnic School

Gillian Bridge, Resilience Specialist - Former teacher, author, addiction therapist, trainer

Martin Griffin, author and trainer - Former Deputy Headteacher, Bluecoat School, Oldham

Kate Thomas - Head of Sixth, Crickhowell School

Dr. Steve Lambert, Lecturer - University of Chester

Andy Hartley, Deputy Headteacher - Brakenhale School

Michael Senior, Director of Sixth Form - Kingsbury High School

John Philip, ALPS - Education Consultant

Stephen Thomas, Higher Education Advisor - Freelance and teacher trainer

Nick Watts, Head of Sixth Form - Hall Cross Academy

Andra Groza, Digital Marketing, Aston University

Meghan Hughes, Apprentice

Chris McNamara, CEO Pathways CTM

Matthew Welbourn, Professional Development Manager, UCAS

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