Creativity, Morals and Money

Book now 11 December 2017, QEII Conference Centre, London SW1P 3EE

M‚Äčaking the most of resources

Faced with shrinking budgets and a teacher supply crisis, the challenge of providing a broad and balanced curriculum has never been greater.

This one-day conference at a superb venue in the heart of London is your opportunity to hear from a line-up of top speakers on how to make the most of your resources.

Our conference will examine how you can utilise technology to improve productivity, recruit staff and support your students.

And it will look at the ethical dilemmas we face with dwindling resources and high-stakes accountability – and how we can meet those challenges.

We are delighted to be joined by leading Apple Educators to support this event.

Suitable for executive headteachers, CEOs, headteachers, principals, deputy headteachers, vice principals and business leaders from all phases. 

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Fee

£100 +VAT

Speakers

Programme

10.00

Registration and refreshments

10.15

Welcome and introduction
Carl Ward, ASCL President 2017-18

10.25

Ethical Leadership – A school based perspective
Geoff Barton, ASCL General Secretary

10.55

Ethical Leadership – What can we learn from business
Dr Ben Laker, Harvard Business Review contributor

11.25

Refreshment break

11.45

Making the most of our resources
Hayley Dunn, Finance Director, Codsall Multi-Academy Trust, Staffordshire

12.15

Harnessing technology to improve productivity
Abdul Chohan, Co-Founder of the Olive Tree School, Bolton

12.45

Lunch

13.30

Creative use of new technologies – engaging, recruiting and retaining staff
Ross Morrison-McGill aka @TeacherToolkit

14.00

Creative use of new technologies – Ensuring students are equipped for the next decade
Michelle Thomas, Executive Head, New Wave Federation, London

14.30

Final Keynote
Lord Chris Holmes MBE, Former Paralympian and Director of Paralympic Integration for the 2012 Paralympic Games (invited)

15.00

Close of conference

 

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