Its been a tough year for the whole sector and though we cannot exchange stories within the traditional setting of the corridors and communal spaces of the show, we are offering a series of chat-rooms and discussion channels to simulate the social experience of the show. Each channel will enable school leaders, function leads, governors and education policy experts to ask questions and swap tales from lockdown, summer and the return to school. Before the Schools and Academies Education Board give their vision for the sector, we invite the show's alumni and wider schools' community to think about what burning questions they may have for our panel of experts.
This is an introduction to T Levels, the new technical equivalent to A levels.
Session hosted by nasen
Session sponsored by Sypro
Exploring new and updated DfE resources available to schools and how best to use them including:
Session sponsored by Renaissance UK
A seminar to update academies on the work of the Better Financial Reporting programme, which will include:-
Hosted by Institute of School Business Leadership (ISBL)
This session will help your class focus on a tricky task, an exam or a difficult assignment, through breathing and movement, we become poised for learning.
Session hosted by TeenYoga
Session hosted by the Association for Physical Education
This session will cover some of the ways in which the needs of current pupils may differ from previous generations. There will be a particular focus on those who:
Strategies will be suggested to address the different needs of these pupils who may be found within the same class.
While controversial, sexting now represents a behavioural marker in normal adolescent development:
A look at The University of Wolverhampton’s Multi Academy Trust (MAT) journey over the last two years to:
Our mission is to teach a generation how to escape from rape and knife attacks. The only way we can do this is by enabling teachers to teach children how. This is where ESCAPE Training comes in. A safe-to-teach train the trainer programme that enables teachers to pass on real-life skills that will change and save lives. Watch our demonstration of techniques and speak to the team. Talk to parents and teens about their experience and find out how ESCAPE Training can benefit your school and the lives of your students.
The Children and Families Act put the voice of families at the heart of all provision and decision making for young people with SEND. This session will: