Conference: A Curriculum for my School

by | Feb 26, 2020 | Events | 0 comments

Tickets are now on sale for The Wroxham Teaching School’s upcoming conference: A Curriculum for my School.

The conference brings together some of the best speakers in the sector to talk about the important elements for ensuring a cracking curriculum for your school.

It will be held on Wednesday 7 October from 09:00 – 16:00 at The Fielder Centre, Hatfield AL10 9TP. There are a limited number of tickets available at an early bird price of £180 and once these are all gone, remaining tickets will cost £200.

The conference is a whole day event, including refreshments on arrival and a buffet lunch.

This is a highly anticipated event so book soon to avoid disappointment! You can find out more and register for the conference on The Wroxham Teaching School’s website.

Guest speakers

Mary Myatt

Mary supports schools to think imaginatively about learners’ progress. She spends time in schools talking to pupils, teachers and leaders about learning, leadership and the curriculum. She maintains that there are no quick fixes and that great outcomes for pupils are not achieved through tick boxes. She is working with senior leaders on the link between educational values and high standards.

Will Ryan

Will spent most of his teaching, leadership and advisory career working in what he refers to as the ‘People’s Republic of Rotherham’. He has an enviable overview of what makes great schools and great classrooms tick. For him, it is about starting the job with a clear focus on what our moral purpose is, something that transcends SAT results or inspection reports.

Dean Beadle

Dean speaks about his experience of being autistic. He says: “We should endeavour to work with autism, not against it. Together, we should persevere to develop the strategies and techniques that will make the world a more positive and manageable place for people on the spectrum. I am not saying that life will be a bed of roses; I know that there will always be issues and problems that will make my life a struggle, but I take courage in the knowledge that I will get through them by formulating strategies and coping mechanisms.”

Adrian Bethune

Adrian is primary school teacher and author of Wellbeing in the Primary Classroom. He believes happiness and wellbeing should be at the heart of education and gives schools the tools to put it there. He says: “We exist to teach children and teachers the skills of happiness and how to flourish in and out of school. Happy teachers teach better and happy pupils learn better.”

Dom Traynor

Dom is an Education Evangelist for Adobe, helping teachers to bring learning to life. He says: “Combining traditional teaching with interactive, innovative and purposeful learning experiences engages young people in a way that the traditional classroom set up so often fails to deliver. We aim to help education evolve so that it engages and inspires the next generation to fulfil their true potential.”

The Wroxham Teaching School

The Wroxham School is an outstanding primary school in Potters Bar, Hertfordshire. In 2011 the school gained National Teaching School status from the National College. It is also an Appropriate Body for primary NQTs.

It now offers a wide range of learning opportunities, from teacher training and CPD opportunities, to bespoke events and school support for senior leaders. Find out more on The Wroxham Teaching School website.