The Academies Show, Birmingham
The Academies Show Birmingham 2017, NEC, Birmingham - 22nd November 2017
The Academies Show Birmingham is the main event for education business managers, heads, governors and leaders, offering the latest policy and best practice for academies, maintained schools, independents, special schools and colleges. By registering for your free pass you will gain access to over 40 hours of dedicated education content delivered by the UK’s leading education experts.
Speakers to include:
- Sir Andrew Carter, Executive Head Teacher, SOUTH FARNHAM SCHOOL EDUCATIONAL TRUST
- Sir Anthony Seldon, Vice-Chancellor, UNIVERSITY OF BUCKINGHAM
- Dr Tim Coulson, Chief Executive, SAMUEL WARD ACADEMY TRUST
- Dr Adam Boddison, Chief Executive, NASEN
- Influential speakers
- Best-practice case studies
- Network with colleagues
- Q&A with speakers
- Free-to-attend education content
The event is completely free for those who work in schools, higher or further education institutions, alternative providers, charities, voluntary organisations or social enterprises and the wider public sector.
For more details please follow this link - http://www.academiesshowbirmingham.co.uk/
Other - 30 Nov 2017 Silver AND Gold Member Only
Presented by Michael Surr, Education Development Officer, this webinar explores what we mean by 'universal classroom provision' and how this can be as effective as possible for children and young people with SEND and ALN.
Other - 23 Oct 2017 Silver AND Gold Member Only
Presented by Alex Grady, Education Development Officer, this webinar, the third in a series, explores what the effective evaluation of interventions looks like, and how you should approach the evaluation of the interventions that you use.
Tips - 17 Oct 2017 Silver AND Gold Member Only
Pupil passports are an important tool within wider person-centred working and lots of schools and settings use them. Have a look at these suggestions for how you can ensure that you are using them effectively, or to help you to start using them, so that they can contribute to improved outcomes for children and young people with SEND.