St Joan of Arc Catholic School is proud to launch the biggest TeachMeet in Hertfordshire, this year.
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It promises to be an inspiring, engaging and informative event, aimed at enthusing and motivating teachers and those in education. Talks will cover themes such as Teaching and Learning, engaging all learners, teacher wellbeing and the evening will also give the opportunity to share great ideas with colleagues, from a range of schools and organisations.
Not only will you get to meet and hear from some of the leading voices in education today, but it will also be a wonderful opportunity for networking with other like minded, passionate, educators.
Action Jackson will kick the event off, opening the TeachMeet, buzzing up delegates and setting the tone for the evening.
Vic Goddard, a truly inspiring headteacher, best known for 'Educating Essex' and author of 'The Best Job in the World
Amjad Ali, TEDx speaker, founder of #BAMEed, sharing T&L tips from his trythisteaching.com toolkit
Hannah Wilson, Headteacher, TEDx speaker and co-founder of #WomenEd, with her talk on 'Growing, Learning & Flourishing: Living Not Laminating Our Values'
Matt Pinkett, an utterly brilliant blogger, on teaching boys
Aileen St Ledger, from St Joan of Arc Catholic School, on T&L strategies
Allana Gay, on diversity and #BAMEed
Nathan Briggs, from St Joan of Arc School, on the use of competition to engage learners
Jaz Ampaw-Farr, resilience ninja and #TEDx speaker on how teachers change lives
Kevin Carson, Headteacher of the Royal Masonic School for girls, sharing ways in which his school strives to engage girls.
Bukky Yusuf, on #Teacher5aDay
Jenn Hart, #TEDx speaker, on T&L
Shirley Drummond, Headteacher, on her unconventional journey to leadership #WomenEd
David McQueen, the Academic Speaker, who will empower and inspire, sharing strategies for planning success. His website is davidmcqueen.co.uk
Abbie Mann on wellbeing, sharing strategies from her forthcoming book.
Pran Patel, on Outward Facing Leadership
Ruth Green, from Our Lady's Catholic Primary School
Clea Wilcher, from St Joan of Arc Catholic School, on practical T&L strategies
Roger Billing, Headteacher of Abbots Langley Primary School, on outdoor education and the possibilities
Nick Corston, on Riding the Rollercoaster
If you would be interested in donating prizes for the raffle, running a stand or sponsoring the event please contact us.
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Due to an overwhelmingly positive response we have now allocated all possible parking on the St Joan of Arc School site.
The venue itself doesn't have hardly any on-site parking, however there are a number of carparks in the vicinity, within a short walk. Details of these can be accessed on Parkopedia and the local council websites.
Alternatively, we are on the Met Line and Rickmansworth station is just a couple of minutes walk from the venue.
We are currently looking at other options for parking, which will be added here if possible.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please contact via Eventbrite page, or tweet us at
@TMHerts @nataliehscott or @KarapriyaK