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Chartered College of Teaching’s Annual Conference
February 17, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Following the launch of the Chartered College of Teaching, the Chartered College is delighted to announce its second annual conference will be held on Saturday 17th February 2018.
Join hundreds of education professionals at a fantastic venue in central London to participate in an event dedicated to providing a forum for classroom teachers and school leaders to amplify their voice and share their ideas. Those who attended our inaugural conference will know to expect a programme that promotes professional excellence with thought-provoking and inspiring speakers.
Our 2018 theme is Connect; Inform; Inspire. The conference will provide an ideal opportunity to meet and network with those working across the education sector, representing all settings, phases and sectors, in a friendly and supportive environment.
The conference programme will discuss:
|Building a better assessment system: how can comparative judgement help?|
Daisy Christodoulou, Director of Education, No More Marking
|Into the worlds of wonder|
Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock MBE, Space Scientist
|How can we normalise flexible working to improve retention?|
Lucy Rose, Innovation Series participant, Teach First
|Driving our profession forward|
Jean-Louis Dutaut, Teacher and Research Assistant, Cambridge University
|Driving our profession forward|
Lucy Rycroft-Smith, Co-Editor, Flip the System UK: A Teachers’ Manifesto
This conference will also introduce our first Teacher Voice speakers:
|Teaching Maya’s Lesson: ‘The Beauty of Diversity’ – Farhaan Patel, Deputy Headteacher, Charnwood Primary School|
|The role of ‘Teacher Voice’ and its benefits for both teachers and learners – Dr Helen Woodley, SENDCo and Senior Leader, KS1-4 Pupil Referral Unit|
|Embracing my weakness to be a better teacher – Abed Ahmed, Maths Teacher, Holte School|
|Building effective parent partnerships – Mel Hand, Class Teacher, Hazelmere Infant School and Nursery|
|Dear future teacher self – Philip McCahill, Trainee Primary Teacher, Birmingham City University|
There will also be parallel panel discussions. One, entitled Exploring Teacher Wellbeing – Sharing positive practice:
|Dr Tim O’Brien (Chair) – Visiting Fellow in Psychology and Human Development, UCL Institute of Education|
|Nikki Able, Deputy Headteacher, Uffculme School|
|Lana Crosbie, Associate Assistant Principal, King’s Oak Academy|
|Alison Rooney, Headteacher, Furze Down School|
The second panel discussion is entitled Inclusion – making school work for everyone: Lunch and refreshments are included alongside an exhibition featuring contributions from subject associations, publishers and other useful resources.
|Jarlath O’Brien (Chair) – Director of Schools, The Eden Academy|
|Maria Constantinou – Associate Headteacher and Inclusion Leader, St. Mary’s C of E Primary School|
|Amjad Ali – Assistant Headteacher, Aureus School|
|Nicola Furey – Early Years Teacher, Laurance Haines School|
The conference will also host the winning entries of our first online research poster competition which will showcase examples of research projects and inquiry undertaken in schools. More information can be found here.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please contact the Chartered College of Teaching via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
What’s the refund policy?
Cancellations received 30 days or more in advance of the event can be 100% refunded; for cancellations received less than 14 days before the event will receive 50% of booking fee. Any cancellations received in the week running up to the event will not receive a refund.