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#WomenEd #LeadMeet Be the change you want to see - London

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Chobham Academy

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@WomenEdLondon #Leadmeet is in recognition and celebration of The United Nations 'International Day of The Girl Child.'

We will look at the challenges that girls face and consider how women can unite to build better futures for girls in our care. We are #WomenEd so we'll also celebrate women leading educational change, empower all women to make a difference and consider what steps we need to take to ensure a fairer and brighter future for the girls we aim to inspire. A wide range of presenters will energise you and support you to drive your own leadership ambitions forward as well as supporting girls to be the change they want to see in the world.

Morgan Chatten and Chobham Academy will be our hosts for this first London #WomenEd #LeedMeet event of 2017/18.

Registration, tea and coffee starts at 4:15pm and presentations start at 4.45pm.

PRESENTATIONS

Keynote: Vivienne Porritt, Co-founder and National Leader of #WomenEd @ViviennePorritt

How #WomenEd empowers women leaders in education to be the change you want to see.

Presenters (more presenters and titles to follow) :


Maya Lane, Engaement Learning Assitant, Girls Education Researcher

Presentation Title: Leadership amoungst Peers'


Rachel: Fearless Futures

Presentation Title: TBC

Senior leader of a national education charity and now a leader of transformational change within Future Fearless. Advocate of leadership and equality'


Aisha Siddiqah, Head of RE, (primary) Founder of Shebaproject.co.uk @shebaasha

Presentation Title: 'Community and its role in bringing up strong confident girls'


Caro Fenice, Housemistress and artist @fenicec

Presentation Title: 'Nurture, confidence and leadership'


Charlotte Carson, Deptford Green Schoool (secondary), Founder of Feminism in School Network @charlottecarso1

Presentation Title: 'Teaching Feminism in Schools”

Charlotte Carson is a Citizenship teacher at Deptford Green School and founder of the Feminism in Schools Network. The network was created to help teachers set up Feminist Societies in their schools


Sapnaa Chotai, Curriculm Leader of Art & Design @ChotaiSapnaa

Presentation Title: 'Finding your Identity in the Arts'

Artist, Mother, Faculty leader, Regional womenEd leader, BAME leader and relentless go-getter.


Nadine Bernard, Head Teacher @Nadineolivia32

Presentation Title: 'Make your own Story'

Nadine Bernard has been working in education for 12 years. She is currently working as a Head in New Addington and has a strong passion for ensuring the most disadvantaged children have the best start in life. Nadine has personally experienced many set backs but uses these to create further strength and success!


Suma Din, Author, educator, governor @Suma_Din

Presentation Title: TBC


Anoara Mughal presenting with Year 6

Presentation Title: 'Developing future student leaders'



@WomenEdLondon is the #WomenEd regional network for London. We are also one of the DfE funded Women Leading in Education Regional Networks, working to support women in and into leadership. Contact us at londonwomened@gmail.com for more details.

@WomenEdLondon is also contributing to Girls to the front: Inspiring a generation of women leaders on November 18th. It is organised by Charlott Carson, a @WomenEdLondon regional champion so hope to see you there.

Follow @WomenEdLondon for details of future events in 17/18 including our 2nd annual London wide conference in March 2018.

International Day of the Girl Child focuses attention on the need to address the challenges and disadvantage girls face and to promote girls’ empowerment and the fulfilment of their human rights.

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Contact Morgan at morgan.chatten@gmail.com

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Public transport is the best option.

  • From Straford International, Chobham Academy is approx 7 minutes walk or you can take the 308 bus from the same station which takes 2 minutes

  • From Stratford Underground station, Chobham Academy is 15 minutes walk or take the DLR to Straford International and then walk or take the bus as above.

What's the refund policy?

Tickets are free: however, if you book a ticket and are then unable to come, please let us know by October 2nd at the latest so we can book the correct numbers for refreshments. This saves us money so please help with this.

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