The National Conference 2018: ‘Called, Connected & Committed’ takes place next week!

25 January 2018

Confirmed Keynote Speakers:

  • Amanda Spielman, Chief Inspector, Ofsted

  • Dame Julia Cleverdon DCVO, Campaigner and former CEO, Business in the Community

  • The Rt Revd Stephen Cottrell, Bishop of Chelmsford

Also speaking:
Tickets are priced at £100+VAT and can be reserved here - or for information, contact Cat Morrison at

  • Carolyn Roberts, Honorary Secretary of ASCL

  • The Rt Revd Rachel Treweek, Bishop of Gloucester

  • Professor Joy Carter, Vice Chancellor, Winchester University

  • The Revd Richard Peers, @EducationPriest

  • Ian Bauckham CBE, Past President of ASCL

  • and many others!

Click here for more information on the event.

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