We are absolutely delighted to bring you details of our NTEN Annual Conference, exclusively for NTEN members!
The all-day event will be taking place NTEN member Highbury Grove School on Wednesday 8th July in London. There will be an array of exciting speakers and workshops, with a particular emphasis on collaborating and sharing knowledge with other practitioners. This will be a fantastic opportunity to make the most of this network of schools engaged in improving their CPD.
Timetable of the day
9.30am: Registration and Welcome (David Weston and Tom Sherrington)
10 – 11am: Keynote from Dame Alison Peacock, Executive Headteacher of Wroxham School
11am – 12pm: Workshops Round 1 –
Lesson Study workshop for those implementing this collaborative approach in their schools by Jessica Brosnan, NTEN Support Officer and Phil Spoors, Assistant Headteacher at Cramlington Learning Village.
How to enable effective CPD in Primary Schools by Laura Kearney, Headteacher at Hodge Hill Primary School
How engaging in ITT can improve whole school CPD by Julie Bostock, Director of Teaching School at Ripley St Thomas TSA
12pm – 1pm: Networking Lunch: a chance to speak to fellow NTEN members, but also learn more about the Teacher Development Trust and our partners
1pm – 2pm: Keynote by Professor Rob Coe, School of Education and Director of the Centre for Evaluation and Monitoring (CEM), Durham University
2pm – 3pm: Workshops Round 2 –
How to evaluate CPD by Bridget Clay, NTEN Programme Manager
School Improvement through developing teaching and learning by Emma McLaren, Assistant Vice-Principal at Manchester Enterprise Academy and Debbie Light, Assistant Headteacher at Elthorne Park High School
CPD in Teaching School Alliances by Ken Brechin, Deputy Headteacher at Cramlington Learning Village
3pm – 4pm: Networking and Close
We hope to see as many of our NTEN members there as possible, .