2018 masterclass and workshop presentations


Lucy Adams – Leading in a disrupted world

Michael Fullan – Leadership For Coherence And Deep Learning

Masterclasses and workshops | 10:10 – 11:00

01. Literacy impact: maximising KS2 to KS3 transition
Geoff Barton, General Secretary, ASCL

03. Back to basecamp: exploring vision, values and culture
Andrew Morrish, Chief Executive, Victoria Academies Trust, NLE, author and Fellow of the RSA

04. Social media strategies for schools
Ross Morrison McGill, @TeacherToolkit, award-winning blogger, author and teacher

05. What kind of people are we? An update on the work of the Ethical Leadership Commission
Carolyn Roberts, Headteacher, Thomas Tallis School, Greenwich

06. If you can’t see it, can you be it?
Amjad Ali, Co-founder of #BAMEed

08. Moving on from ‘Why’: five practical things every leader should know about making collaboration work
Matt Davis, Regional Director, Education Development Trust, Maggie Farrar, Associate, Education Development Trust and Marie-Claire Bretherton, Executive Headteacher & Regional Director at CfBT Schools Trust

09. Effective, impactful and meaningful school-to-school support
Lesley Birch, Executive Headteacher, NLE and Teaching School Council Representative for East and NE London and Paul Foster, Senior Vice Principal, SLE and Teaching School Council Representative for South London

10. How to build and lead a high-performance team
James Toop, CEO, Ambition School Leadership

11. Attachment Research Community – a strategic approach to supporting mental health – what we’ve learnt so far
Tony Clifford, Attachment Research Community, Emma Gater, Headteacher, The Meadows Primary Academy and Rosemary Pritchard, Vice Principal, St Margaret Ward Catholic Academy

12. Creating sustainable capacity in mathematics teaching
Tarun Kapur, Chief Executive, The Dean Trust and Adam Caplan, Chief Executive, eMathsMaster

13. Leading CPD effectively: we need to talk about subjects
Philippa Cordingley, Chief Executive, Centre for the Use of Research and Evidence in Education (CUREE)

Masterclasses and workshops | 12:00 – 12:50

14. Changing children – changing schools? Special needs in the 21st century
Professor Barry Carpenter OBE, Professor of Mental Health in Education at Oxford Brookes University, honorary Professor at the Universities of Worcester (UK), Limerick (Ireland), Hamburg (Germany) and Flinders (Australia)

16. “Miss, I’m not good at art!”
Andria Zafirakou, 2018 Global Teacher prizewinner, Arts and Textiles teacher, Alperton School

17. Leading a flexi-friendly school: make flexible working work – for your school, students and staff
Dr Kate Chhatwal, CEO, Challenge Partners, Abrilli Phillip, Executive Headteacher, Wellington College Academy Trust and Neville Buckle, Deputy Headteacher, The Wellington Academy

18. Creating a whole school approach to LGBT inclusion in school
Sidonie Bertrand-Shelton, Programmes Manager, Stonewall

19. Low-effort, high-impact, tried and tested teaching and learning ideas
Amjad Ali, Co-founder of #BAMEed

20. Curriculum development in the current climate: building an entitlement to a fully rounded education
Sir John Dunford, Chair of Whole Education

21. Where are we heading with ITT, recruitment and retention?
Stephen Munday, Executive Principal, Comberton Village College and Chief Executive of the Cam Academy Trust and Sir Andrew Carter, CEO, South Farnham Educational Trust

22. Strategic leadership in multi-academy trusts
Tiffany Beck, Chair of Trustees (Maritime Academy Trust), National Leader of Governance and Nick Osborne, Chief Executive (Maritime Academy Trust), National Leader of Education

23. What makes a great leader? How to support behaviour and culture change in schools
Mike Hamilton, Founder, Commando Joe’s

24. Why supporting school leadership matters – and what makes an effective leadership team
Phil Haslett, Director, School Leadership Programmes, Teach First and Bridget Clay, Head of Programmes – Leading Together, Teach First

25. A blueprint for leadership wellbeing: developing resilience through leadership practice and professional development
Kylie Spark, National Leader of Education and Executive Headteacher, Tyntesfield Primary School and Nick Parry, Director of Teaching, Learning and Leadership, The Dean Trust