The Schools & Academies Show returns to London to deliver one of the largest education events in the UK. Over the two-day event, taking place on the 1st-2nd July at the ExCeL, London, we will present senior government speakers and association leaders from across the sector, as well as 50 hours of free CPD-certified seminar content for those at the forefront of education.
Our leading free to attend two-day education policy and best practice event is designed to support school business management for school and MAT leaders, headteachers, heads of department, business managers, network managers, facilities managers and specialised procurement managers. Scroll down to get more information on each new feature…
The Department for Education will host the Government Education Village on the show floor. Visitors can gain 1-to-1 advice, watch mini-demonstrations of upcoming initiatives and ask pressing questions about upcoming policies and updates on the Government’s biggest priorities for the sector.
The Wellbeing Demonstration Area focuses on one of the biggest challenges facing schools; the wellbeing of their staff and pupils. This exciting addition to the show will allow visitors to take part in live demonstrations of yoga, mindfulness, healthy eating and general wellbeing.
The newly launched MAT Matchmaking Area will provide visitors with a dedicated area on the exhibition floor to take part in in-depth roundtable discussions around the biggest topics affecting MATs across the UK. Pre-registered visitors will need to register pre-event for specific roundtable sessions.
In light of the recent General Election, the Leader’s Town Hall will be a ‘Question Time’ style theatre providing visitors and speakers the opportunity to debate the biggest topics within the education sector.
Ian Buss, Director at Education Banking Consultancy will be providing free 15-minute health checks on your Academy or MAT’s finances to help identify where savings and efficiencies can be made.
The Charity Village provides the perfect place to meet inspirational organisations, discuss current research, education initiatives and projects that are being worked on to help the sector and impact on your school.