Autumn Leadership Conference 2020

A series of five online sessions covering national policy between 12 and 16 October plus regional sessions w/c 2 November

The 2020/21 academic year will pose significant challenges for school, college and trust leaders as the implications of the coronavirus situation and the ‘new normal’ continue to impact strategic planning and all areas of teaching, learning and operations.  

Building on our highly successful Regional Information Conferences, our Autumn Regional Leadership Conference will aim to address many of these challenges from both a national policy and a regional impact perspective with the latest insights from the ASCL Policy Specialist, Member Support and Regional teams.

The conference will also look ahead and share thinking about how leaders can shape not only the future of their own school, college or trust but also influence the broader education landscape.

Sessions will be hosted by ASCL General Secretary Geoff Barton with opportunities for participants to submit questions in advance and during the sessions.

The ASCL Autumn Regional Leadership Conference costs £99 for members and £125 for non-members for one participant ‘live’ on each of the five national policy sessions plus one regional session. A recording of each session will also be forwarded for you and your team to view afterwards. For added flexibility, a different member of your team can attend each of the live sessions if you wish.

Additional panellists will be announced shortly.

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Julie McCulloch

Director of Policy

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Duncan Baldwin

Deputy Director of Policy

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Sara Ford

Deputy Director of Policy: Conditions and Employment

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Julia Harnden

Funding Specialist

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Hayley Dunn

Business Leadership Specialist

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Kevin Gilmartin

Post-16 and Colleges Specialist

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Tiffnie Harris

Primary Specialist

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Louise Hatswell

Pay and Conditions Specialist

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Margaret Mulholland

SEND and Inclusion Specialist

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Richard Tanton

Director of Member Support

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Richard Sheriff

ASCL President 2020-2021, Executive Headteacher and CEO of Red Kite Alliance

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Pepe Di'lasio

Vice President 2020-21 and Headteacher at Wales High School

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Rachael Warwick

ASCL Immediate Past President 2020-2021 and Executive Headteacher, Ridgeway Education Trust

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Through five one-hour, online sessions held across one week, we will focus on key topics including:

  • Assessment and accountability
  • Curriculum leadership and development
  • Funding and operations
  • Employment and conditions of service
  • Inclusion
  • Post-16 education
  • Primary leadership
We will share the latest insight from the Department for Education, Ofsted and Ofqual to help you plan for the academic year ahead and beyond.

There will also be opportunity to ask questions about the impact of developments on your school, college or trust.

Dedicated online sessions will be held for:

  • North West England
  • North East England
  • East Midlands
  • West Midlands
  • London, East of England and the South East
  • South West England
  • Yorkshire and Humber
Sessions will be hosted by ASCL General Secretary Geoff Barton with opportunities for participants to submit questions in advance and during the sessions.

To attend this webinar live, you will need to ensure  you have access to a computer or device that meets the system requirements available here.

If you cannot attend live you will receive a copy of the recording, links to any resources discussed, and the opportunity to submit questions.

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