Discover the characteristics of effective hub working.
Date: Thursday 29th January
Venue: London’s Living Room, City Hall, SE1 2AA
Book your free place at: http://bit.ly/1rWHtWi
The Teaching School Council and the NCTL are excited to be supporting this London Leadership Strategy event, in another step to building a cohesive approach in developing a school led system.
In light of the recent Government announcement of support for Teaching Schools to deliver evidence-based professional development and the continued move towards a school-led approach to CPD and school improvement, this conference will tackle the following:
Do you want to discover more around the role of hubs in sharing evidenced CPD?
Are actively using hub approaches or considering exploring them in your work?
The speakers include: Munira Mirza, Deputy Mayor for Education and Culture, Professor David Woods, Chair of the London Leadership Strategy and Anita Kerwin-Nye, Managing Director of the London Leadership Strategy alongside Sir George Berwick, Challenge Partners, David Weston, the Teacher Development Trust and David Whitfield, Teaching School Council Representative for London. There will also be representatives from successful and emerging hubs.
Sign up for London Leadership Strategy’s FREE Power of Hubs Conference to get all the insight, tools and advice you need to help you move your thinking forward. There will also be sessions with experts in marketing and communications, school to school support, business planning and programme development to give you the tools and advice to progress your work.
Following this important event the TSC in partnership with the TSA leading sub-regional networks will be running a series of London sub-regional fringe conferences, built around a succession of practical workshops.
If you have any queries or want to know more then please contact Laura Smith firstname.lastname@example.org or 07766 651366