South West Leadership and Academies Summit – 24 November 2016 – Special Offer: Buy one delegate place, get one Free!

Overview of the programme

  • The Future Landscape for Education – Rebecca Clarke, SW Regional Schools Commissioner, DfE
  • Inspection of MATs – Simon Rowe HMI
  • Leadership Development – Eileen Barnes-Vachell, Head of School Effectiveness, Babcock Education
  • Inspire your team to excel

Hear from Ben Hunt-Davis, International Speaker, Olympic Rower & Performance Consultant

Will it make the boat go faster? The simplicity of the question and its implied focus and action consistently resonates with teams and individuals who are challenged to lead themselves and others to simplify process, reduce complexity, innovate and improve performance

Seminars

  • The Legal Considerations of Academy Conversions – Michelmores Solicitors
  • Enhancing Partnership Working – Eileen Barnes-Vachell, Head of School Effectiveness, Babcock Education
  • Academy Governance – Matching structure to needs
  • Case Study – Growing and Sustaining your Multi-Academy Trust

Objectives

  • Acquire skills to work effectively in partnership to achieve your goals
  • Ensure you are clear about Ofsted inspections of MATs
  • Gain real insight into how to address the key challenges faced by academy trusts
  • Be inspired by leading educational experts on performance, partnerships, leadership and strategic growth
  • Understand the latest government policy from experts including the role of the Regional School Commissioner

Keynote Speakers

  • Rebecca Clarke, South West Regional Schools Commissioner, Department for Education
  • Ben Hunt-Davis, International Speaker, Olympic Rower and Performance Consultant
  • Simon Rowe HMI
  • Paul Lloyd Jones OBE, Executive Director and Headteacher of the First Federation Trust
  • Eileen Barnes-Vachell, Head of School Effectiveness, Babcock Education
  • Steve Barker, Governor Services Manager, Babcock Education

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