The most prestigious gathering of education speakers for the annual Primary & Early Years Leadership Conference has been announced.
Over two days (16 – 17 November) delegates at the conference – now in its sixth year – will hear from eight headline speakers including the highly sought-after and respected education commentator and author Sir John Jones; Colin Diamond CBE, Corporate Director of Children and Young People at Birmingham City Council; Dame Kathy August, Independent Development Advisor, as well as keynote speaker, Associate of Independent Thinking Limited, David Cameron.
Other headline speakers include Nina Jackson, Associate of Independent Thinking Limited; James Nottingham, Educational Leader and founding director of Challenging Learning; Kate Cooper, Head of Research, Policy and Standards at the Institute of Leadership and Management and Maggi Rose, Senior Facilitator and Project Lead at Mental Health at Work.
Those already registered for the S4E 2017 Primary & Early Years Leadership Conference at Hinckley, Leicestershire, include head teachers, principals, vice-principals, heads of school, deputy head teachers, assistant head teachers, governors and a number of teachers with lead responsibility for Special Educational Needs and Assessment.
The Primary & Early Years Leadership Conference is organised by not-for-profit charity Services for Education and provides an excellent opportunity for personal development and CPD.
“This will be our most notable conference to date and we are delighted with the impressive range of speakers that we have attracted,” said Andrew Cooper, Head of School Support Service at Services for Education.
“As a two day event, it gives senior leadership teams an opportunity to learn from some of the country’s leading educationalists, reflect on how their views can be utilised in their schools – and exchange best practice with their peers from around the country.”