National Conference on School Improvement 2016

Wednesday 12th October, QEII Centre, London SW1P 3EE

The National School Improvement Conference is Britain's largest annual education learning showpieces. Join 250 of your peers and hear from a host of expert, knowledgeable speakers and practitioners as they share ground-breaking innovation that is leading to increased attainment and improvements in the school environment.

This year's conference will focus on:

- The move to Academy status - what is working and what isn't
- Techniques to improve behaviour
- Use of data to improve performance
- English as a second language
- Teacher recruitment, training and retention

Key speakers include:

Sir William Atkinson, known to many as 'Britain's most successful head teacher' who guided Phoenix High School, once one of the five most challenging schools in the UK, to Ofsted outstanding and beyond

Joanna Hall, Deputy Director for Schools, Ofsted

David Crossley, Education Consultant and Author, 'Learn to Transform' and 'Sustainable School Transformation'

Vic Goddard, Principal, Passmores Academy

Toby Young, Founder of West London Free School, Journalist and Author of How to Lose Friends and Alienate People

Reuben Moore, Director of Leadership, Teach First

Chris McShane, Founding Member, Headteachers' Roundtable

Chris Smith, EES for Schools

Fergal Roche, Chief Executive, The Key

Alex Russell, Head Teacher, Epsom & Ewell High School and CEO of Bourne Education Trust

The day will be stimulating, informative and relevant to the needs of all aspiring schools.

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