Conferences

Curriculum Design Conference

Online: July 6 & 7, 2021 (2pm to 6pm daily)

This best practice event will feature 15 best practice workshops and presentations aimed at primary and secondary schools and focusing on elements of curriculum design. Key themes will include diversity within the curriculum, responding to the Covid-19 pandemic and meeting Ofsted’s curriculum inspection requirements.

As well as watching live, delegates at this online-only event will be able to access all of the presentations on demand for three months after the event. There will also be a number of on demand-only bonus sessions which will be available to download for delegates to watch at their leisure.

For the full programme and further details, visit www.curriculumconference.com

Fifth National Mental Health & Wellbeing Conference

Online: September 29 & 30, 2021 (2pm to 6pm daily)

This best practice event will feature best practice workshops and presentations aimed at primary and secondary schools and focusing on how we can support the mental health and wellbeing of our students during the coming academic year and in the context of the on-going Covid-19 pandemic. We will consider the key issues that will face schools from September onwards, including the main mental health challenges, safeguarding issues, spotting the signs, interventions and more. The workshops will be available on demand for three months after the event and there will also be a number of bonus on demand only sessions.

For the full programme and further details www.schoolsmentalhealth.co.uk/programme

Early Career Teachers & Mentors Conference

Online: December 1 & 2, 2021 (2pm to 6pm daily)

This event will cater for both Early Career Teachers and those who mentor and support them. We will deliver a range of practical workshops offering advice to teachers in the first five years of their career, including teaching and pedagogy tips, CPD, behaviour management, wellbeing and more. We will also offer expert advice to mentors, including how best to support new teachers, how to overcome common challenges and coaching/mentoring best practice guidance. The workshops will be available on demand for three months after the event and there will also be a number of bonus on demand only sessions. Full details of the programme are available via www.early-career-teachers.co.uk/home

14th National Pupil Premium Conference

Online: March 23 & 24, 2022 (2pm to 6pm daily)

This best practice event will feature best practice workshops and presentations aimed at primary and secondary schools and focusing on elements of curriculum design. Key themes will include diversity within the curriculum, responding to the Covid-19 pandemic and meeting Ofsted’s new curriculum inspection requirements.

This ever-popular event continues with its 14th edition due to take place online in early 2022. The event, as ever, will feature a range of workshops led by primary and secondary schools and showcasing Pupil Premium best practice. The workshops will offer practical support, advice, guidance and ideas which delegates can adapt and adopt for their own schools’ circumstances. The workshops will be available on demand for three months after the event and there will also be a number of bonus on demand only sessions. Full details of the programme for this event will be available by early January. All enquires to SecEd and Headteacher Update editor Pete Henshaw via pete.henshaw@markallengroup.com



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