NATIONAL EDUCATION CONFERENCE: 13-14 JULY 2013
Places are filling up quickly for the National Education Conference 2013 which will be held at Stoke Rochford Hall, the Union’s training centre, near Grantham in Lincolnshire, over the weekend of Saturday, 13 July and Sunday, 14 July. Once again we have a full and interesting programme of speakers and workshop leaders. The Conference fee includes overnight accommodation for the evenings of Friday, 12 July and Saturday, 13 July conference. Book now to secure a place.
The theme of this year’s conference is “Does Every Child Still Matter?” and speakers will include:
- Professor Colin Richards, a former HMI and primary school teacher, speaking on school accountability.
- Professor Robin Alexander, Leader of the Cambridge Primary Review, speaking on the primary curriculum
- Deirdre Murphy, Head Teacher, Harrowden Middle School, speaking on the secondary curriculum.
- Beth Davies, NUT President, and Neil Foden, Head of Ysgol Friar secondary school on education in Wales.
- Jane Jenkins, Head Teacher, Moorland Primary School, on creating an inclusive school environment.
- Mark Jennett, Project Leader “Breaking the Mould” on tackling gender stereotyping in primary schools.
How to Book
Details of how to book for the 2013 NEC have been sent to Associations and Divisions by circular early in 2013. A booking form is available here to complete.
Enquiries should be made by e-mail only to: email@example.com
NATIONAL EDUCATION CONFERENCE 2012: SPEAKING UP FOR SCHOOLS
The 2012 NEC was held at Stoke Rochford Hall on 14-15 July 2012. The theme of the Conference was ‘Speaking Up for Schools’. A report of the event and copies of presentation and workshop materials can be downloaded below:
The Report of the 2012 NEC ‘Speaking up for Schools’
Alison Peacock - Creating Learning Without Limits (9MB)
David Reedy - Creating Readers: More Than Teaching Phonics (28MB)
Laura Nurminen - Finnish School System (28MB)
Gillian Carr - Productive Partnerships
Gillian Carr - Collaborative Working Protocol