The Leading For Excellence In Changing Times (Doing More With Less): Primary Conference 2017

17 November 2017

We are delighted to offer colleagues this new conference for school leaders from all schools in the Primary sector. The theme for this first year will be 'Leading for Excellence in changing times (doing more with less)'. We hope you will be keen to join us to hear speakers and attend workshops specially designed to complement this topical theme.



Keynote sessions and workshops have been carefully planned to offer opportunities to develop leadership of practice and reinvigorate school leaders. We are delighted to have secured high profile speakers, one being Michael Rosen who will offer book signing.






Why Should I Attend?


  • Get up-to-date information on the leading Education Policy developments over the preceding year

  • Receive ideas to help you improve your practice

  • Network with like-minded colleagues and discover collaboration opportunities

  • Be inspired by our renowned keynote speakers





Who Should Attend?


  • Senior and Middle leaders

  • Deputy and Assistant Heads

  • School Business Managers



from all types of schools in the primary sector



Workshops
We have seven specially commissioned workshops on offer at this event - for more information on each workshop, click on the title below:
Click here for more information on the event and to book your place!





Keynote Speakers (Click For More Information)


  • Michael Rosen, Poet, Performer, Broadcaster and Scriptwriter

  • Dave Keeling, Associate of Independent Thinking Ltd.

  • Nick Brook, Deputy General Secretary, NAHT


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