Listen to Sally Welch presenting the brilliant work that Frewen College is doing in assisting pupils with specific learning difficulties, such as dyslexia, dyscalculia and dyspraxia, through the use of Assistive Technology.
Stella Pearson from the Department of Education provides and overview of the newly-launched T-Levels, alongside a T-Level provider and a Higher Education Provider, who share their views and perspectives on the qualification.
In this episode Simon Oxenham, Director of Resources, Southend High School for Boys & National Lead on School Finance & Efficiency, ISBL explores how school funding works in England.
How can a Business Leader drive change in schools? During these challenging times, hear from Simon Oxenham on how he managed to turn around a Multi-Academy Trust, handling hope and hesitations of an entire senior leadership team.
How can computing be taught in the most evidence-based effective way? In this episode James Robinson answers this question and offers advice to teachers on the best way to engage with pupils on the subject.
We had the pleasure to host a conversation with EdTech enthusiast Bukky Yusuf, on how technology has assisted educators and learners during lockdown and what role it will play with pupils going back to school.
Listen to this special episode on how to safely re-open schools, and what the priorities should be for this academic year.
An inspiring talk from Andy Wolfe on empowering teachers and leaders in schools, the importance of timing and resilience, and the positive impact this has on learners.
How a school serves its most vulnerable pupils is telling of the level of care it provides.Listen to Helena sharing insights on the approach to inclusion at David Ross Education Trust (DRET).
Listen to Paul Barber explain how the system has changed balancing consolidation and innovation, with clear and constant principles at its core: subsidiarity, solidarity, clarity and accountability.
What’s the importance of a strategy to implement and use technology in your academy? In this episode Winston Poyton provides advice on how to think about tech and get the best use out of it.
In this episode Karen and Richard from the Driver Youth Trust provide you with their recommendations on how to measure success and maximise funding value.
EdTech can proactively support staff and pupil engagement, allowing teachers and school business professional to focus on richer learning experiences and their own personal and professional development.
Listen to Debbie Clinton, Emma Hollis and Reuben Moore discuss what response is needed, focusing on professional development and wellbeing.
Sarah Denton guides you through some great examples of implementation of modular building, showcasing how they represent an effective and efficient alternative to traditional building.
How can you ensure that your organisation is appealing and receives bids? Hear from Pat Condon about the right moves you can make to attract the best suppliers.
Listen to how Pen Green Centre found innovative solutions to generate income, which include establishing a training centre awarding nationally recognised qualifications.
Listen to Terri Cawser (Birmingham Council) share best practices and tips on how to assist schools in creating a truly inclusive environment.
How can the Human Resources department assists in solving the matter of excessive workload? As the new Ofsted Inspection Framework drew new attention to it, Christina Pontig (North Tyneside & Northumberland Council) is helping schools address the cause of the issue.
Andrew Walls from Sidney Stringer Academy presents the journey the trust embarked in transforming and centralising the IT infrastructure across all of its schools.
What is the best approach to pupil behaviour in class? In his presentation Tom Bennett presents the key findings of the Independent Review of Behaviour in Schools 2017, and discusses the resulting recommendations.
Sue Wilkinson (AfPE) shares insights on the benefits of Physical Education, sport and Physical Activity on wellbeing of learners in primary and secondary schools.
Stephen Morales (ISBL) leads this week’s episode with a talk on how to plan a 5-year school budget. At the core is Integrated Curriculum Financial Planning, as an effort of joined-up leadership – with pedagogy, governance and business working seamlessly together.
In this episode Jen Persson (Defend Digital Me) shines a light on how schools can fairly collect children’s data and the need for awareness on how commercial organisations use them.
In this episode Leora Cruddas (CEO, Confederation of School Trusts) presents CST’s assessment on the status of academies within society and the civic role they must play.
Listen to Steve Baker’s insightful presentation on how brain development influences behaviours and learning, and what educators need to consider when they interact with children with Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) needs.
This episode deals with one of the most pressing topic in education: teacher wellbeing. Hear how both a research paper presented by Dr Bronwen Maxwell (Sheffield Institute of Education) and a case study from Woodland Academy Trust draw very similar conclusions.
What obstacles do women face in the EdTech sector and what can be done to make sure that more women are promoted into leadership roles in the education sector? Debbie Clinton, member of the GovNet Education Advisory Board, leads this panel of successful women.
What role do schools play in protecting children online? Listen to advice and insights provided by Adam Medlycott (CEOP Education Officer, National Crime Agency) and Alison Watts (Chair e-Safety Safeguarding Board, Children’s Services, Buckinghamshire County Council).
In this episode Mark Miller (Head of Bradford Research School at Dixons Academies) will cover how Dixons Academy Trust have built a culture of high autonomy with high alignment.
What impact does EdTech have on social mobility? How can we best prepare young people for future opportunities and ensure lifelong learning? This conversation is chaired by Andy Mellor (National Immediate Past President, NAHT), with panellists Nancy Wilkinson, Professor David Brown and John Cope.
Stephen Morales (Chief Executive, Institute of School Business Leadership) leads this panel on school resource management, touching on triangulation of leadership, the role of School Business Professionals in Senior Leadership Team and Board meetings, and investment on SBP’s skillset.
How do we put the child at the centre of all we do? How do we effectively involve parents in decisions about their child? What innovative solutions provide improved outcomes? Andy Mellor (National Immediate Past President, NAHT) chairs this inspirational panel discussion on the future of SEND.
How well is Britain’s education system equipped to welcome this wave of technological innovation? Camilla Turner (Education Editor, The Telegraph) chairs this panel of leaders in the tech sector.
Is school improvement best served by geographically dispersed MATs? What are the implications of the changing role of school leaders in MATs and how might these work best? Sam Henson and Tom Fellows from the NGA respond to these and more questions during their insightful presentation.
Should Ofsted cover financial health of a school or academy? Has Ofsted really weaned itself off data? Deep Dives: an opportunity or just increased workload? Ed Dorrell, Deputy Editor of TES, leads this discussion on Ofsted with the Rt Hon. David Laws, Sam Butters and Ty Goddard.
How can schools work with other organisations effectively? What is the impact of exclusion reduction programmes? Camilla Turner, Education Editor of The Telegraph moderates this panel discussion with Dave Thompson, Mark Brindley and Arnold Yousaf.