9:40 am - 10:00 am
The Children’s Recovery Plan and Beyond
- What additional resources are needed to help schools source and secure specialist counselling and mental health support?
- Breakfast, Dinner and Lunch: Investing in extending school meals and extracurricular activities to fuel and inspire students
- Tackling long-term deprivation by working with schools and businesses to end a regional lottery in social mobility
Kate Green MP
Shadow Secretary of State for Education
The Labour Party
10:10 am - 11:25 am
Keynote Speech from The National Schools Commissioner
National Schools Commissioner
11:10 am - 11:40 pm
At the Heart of Education Recovery: The National Tutoring Programme
- Emphasizing the purpose of the NTP and its role in the context of the response to the pandemic
- Highlighting the Successes of year 1
- Outlining the offering to all schools of the current NTP programme
- How tutoring will become an integral part of children’s learning development
Director of Education Recovery
Department for Education
Programme Director, National Tutoring Programme
1:00 pm - 1:45 pm
Teacher Development Reform: Does Ambition Meet Reception?
- Unpicking the Initial Teacher Training market overhaul: What does this mean for schools, providers and Ofsted?
- Will the national role out of the Early Career Framework be enough to stem the trend of nearly 1 quarter of newly qualified teachers leaving the profession after three years?
- Evaluating the reception and effectiveness of Teaching School Hubs in supporting providers and targeting disadvantaged communities
Reach Academy Feltham
Director- Sheffield Institute of Education
Sheffield Hallam University
Sir Andrew Carter
Chief Executive Officer
South Farnham Educational Trust
2:30 pm - 3:15 pm
Assessments Reform – It Takes a Whole System
- What does the “fairest possible assessment arrangements” look like and are we being bold enough or conversely risking more disruption through change?
- Balancing the need to put stock and store in the teachers who have guided students during the pandemic whilst eliminating bias in center grade assessments
- Employing the best of technological innovation to build flexibility and speed into the new arrangement for assessments and appeals
Director of Education
Bohunt Education Trust
Dr Philip Wright
The Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ)
Chief Executive Officer