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Inaugural conference of the Medway Network
July 12 @ 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
School culture encompasses beliefs, perceptions, relationships and attitudes that shape and influence every aspect of school life. But it also includes more concrete issues such as the physical and emotional safety of pupils, marking and assessment and how a school embraces and celebrates cultural diversity.
This inaugural conference of the Chartered College of Teaching’s Medway Network provides an opportunity for Senior and Middle Leaders, Governors and all those who want to strengthen the culture within our schools, to focus on the wellbeing of staff, children and young people. The aim of the event is to build a local collaboration, bringing together expertise, to create schools conducive to professional development, fulfilment and wellbeing.
Key speakers include:
- Sean Harford, Ofsted’s National Director, Education
- Clare Sealy, Primary Headteacher in Bethnal Green
- Tom Sherrington, Education Consultant – teaching, curriculum, assessment, author of ‘The Learning Rainforest’
There will also be workshops held to discuss:
- Mental Health – Where’s the hope? – Mike Armiger, Teacher, Trainer – mental health, trauma, fostering, behaviour
- Why Mark? An action research project – Mark McDowell, Head of English, Rainham Mark Grammar School
- Workload for Early Career Teachers and NQTs – Michael Green, Head of Strategic Partnership, Greenwich University
- Creating a culture for school improvement? – Mandy Gage, Principal, The Victory Academy and Malcolm Moaby, Headteacher, Whitehill Primary School
- ‘Rock, Paper, Scissors’ – the Governance Game – Anne Robinson, Governance Lead and Fee Stagg, National Leader of Governance