Event

The future for schools in London: tackling the places shortage, reducing inequalities and latest on the GLA education programme

This timely seminar will be an opportunity to discuss the impact of school reforms on the Capital and next steps for making London's schools amongst the best in the world by 2020.

Guests of Honour: Caroline Boswell, Head of Education and Youth, Greater London Authority; Frank Green, Schools Commissioner, Department for Education and Dr Tony Sewell, Founder and Director, Generating Genius and Chair, Mayor's Education Inquiry.

THIS EVENT IS CPD CERTIFIED

Date: 29/05/2024 – 29/05/2024

Time:09:00


Delegates will discuss the development of the London Schools
Excellence Fund and the London Schools Gold Club, as well as progress on the
wider aims of the implementation of the GLA education programme – such as
promoting excellent teaching and ensuring a school place for every London
child.

With 63% of academies in London, further sessions will focus
on the future of academies, as well as the Ofsted annual report on standards in
London schools.

We are delighted to be able to include keynote addresses
from Caroline Boswell, Head of Education and Youth, Greater London Authority;
Frank Green, Schools Commissioner, Department for Education; Debbie Jones,
Regional Director London, and National Director Social Care, Ofsted and Dr Tony
Sewell, Founder and Director, Generating Genius and Chair, Mayor’s Education Inquiry.

At this early stage Dale Bassett, Head of Public Policy,
AQA; Stephen Bediako, Co-director, Project Oracle and Director, The Social
Innovation Partnership; Professor Sonia Blandford, Founder and Chief Executive
Officer, Achievement for All 3As; Johanna Mothander, Consultant, PwC; Sir
Daniel Moynihan, Chief Executive, Harris Federation; Bob Stapley, London
Regional Secretary, National Union of Teachers; Frankie Sulke, Executive
Director for Children & Young People, London Borough of Lewisham; Amanda
Timberg, Executive Director, Programme, Teach First and Jeremy Waxman,
Headteacher, Kingsbury High School, Brent have also agreed to speak.

Stephen Twigg MP, former Minister of State, Education and
Skills and former Shadow Secretary of State for Education and Lord Sutherland
of Houndwood, formerly Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Schools in England have
kindly agreed to chair at this seminar.

Cost: £210 +VAT

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