The UK’s largest education policy event returns this November to deliver the UK’s largest online virtual experience for the education sector!
At a time of huge change, the education sector has demonstrated exceptional strength and resilience in adapting to the ‘new normal’, ensuring efficiency is at the forefront of each operation.
With the growing uncertainty on how the education sector can move forward, the Schools & Academies Show (link: https://bit.ly/3ltwaSJ) has taken the opportunity to transition to an online virtual summit, ensuring to continue to serve as the sector’s leading platform that unites school leaders and dynamic educations with leading content, best practice and key resources at a time where the sector needs it most.
Taking place over 4 days, from the 17th to the 20th November 2020, and supported by the Department of Education and the Education & Skills Funding Agency, there is no other event in the country that will attract such a large and senior audience at a time when supplier’s solutions, networking and practical insights are needed to overcome the mounting challenges across the sector.
Due to this unbelievable demand from the sector, the Schools & Academies Show have been working hard to bring together the sector’s most decorated and influential speakers to share their knowledge, expertise and guidance on how schools, academies and MATs can better adapt to the changing landscape in a post pandemic world, including:
The Schools & Academies Show will aim to galvanise the sector by bringing together the sector’s most decorated and influential speakers to share their knowledge, expertise and guidance on how schools, academies, and MATs can better adapt to the changing landscape in a post pandemic world, including:
- AMANDA SPIELMAN, HMCI, Ofsted
- DOMINIC HERRINGTON, National Schools Commissioner, Department for Education
- EMMA KNIGHTS OBE, Chief Executive, National Governance Association (NGA)
- SAHEEL SANKRIWALA, Deputy Director, Head of Technology Delivery, Education and Skills, Funding Agency
- STELLA PEARSON, Deputy Director, T Level Delivery, Department for Education
- LAVINYA STENNETT, Chief Executive Officer, The Black Curriculum
- PAUL WHITEMAN, General Secretary, NAHT
- CAMILLA TURNER, Education Editor, The Daily Telegraph
- THE RT HON. DAVID LAWS, Former Minister of State for Schools and Executive Chairman, Education Policy Institute (EPI)
- PROFESSOR ADAM BODDISON, CEO, nasen
- STEPHEN MORALES, Chief Executive, Institute of School Business Leadership (ISBL)
- And 100 more
Each speaker, dedicated to their respected craft across the education sector will lead in either a keynote session, live debate or discussion, or tailored workshops, ensuring visitors feel empowered, inspired and ready to implement key techniques, guidance and resources at the forefront of their institution.
To ensure visitors receive an unrivalled experience, the show will be hosted on an innovative smart app, SwapCard, which will provide attendees the opportunity to interactive with live content led by leading experts, meet suppliers, ask questions and join discussions. This highly intuitive smart app will help visitors to easily navigate through each session, facilitate meaningful networking opportunities and connect visitors with solutions providers.
Plus, new for 2020 and taking place alongside the Schools & Academies Show, the EdTech Summit, will be taking place online on the 18th and 19th of November 2020. Now more than ever, technology has become a leading driver for the education sector in delivering key teaching & learning initiatives. This event is designed to bring together education technology leaders across schools, academies & MATs, colleges, and universities to assess solutions on how they can further adapt their institutions’ digital strategies in-line with teaching and learning.
With the new, innovative virtual app and the launch of the co-located EdTech Summit, the Schools & Academies Show has reacted to the overwhelming demand for new content and resources, and a platform to hear from industry experts sharing insights on ensuring successful outcomes for learners during the global pandemic; making these shows the must-attend events of the education calendar.
Registration for The Schools & Academies Show & EdTech Summit is completely free for those working in schools, multi-academy trusts, charities, and local and central government. Click here to register your free (Link: https://info.schoolsandacademiesshow.co.uk/en-gb/register/birmingham) place and be the first to receive the latest insights, initiatives and guidance on the changes shaping the ever-evolving education sector.