The SSAT National Conference 2017 takes place tomorrow!

29 November 2017

How do you know you™re really making an impact? The SSAT National Conference 2017: Illuminating learning will shine a light on what happens in our classrooms, helping you to become truly evidence-informed in your decision making.







This event begins on the 30th of November and ends on the 1st of December.

Click here for more information on the event.

Click here to view the event programme.

Click here to view the event speakers and workshop presenters, including one of our authors Shaun Allison.



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