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Education Summit 2024

An unmissable day of teacher CPD

5 June 2024 - 09:00-16:30

Join visionary educators, thought leaders, and change-makers at the Bryanston Education Summit. Explore the future of education, share ground-breaking ideas and shape the educational landscape for generations to come.

Engage with leading speakers offering insights into trends, pedagogical advancements, and emerging technologies. Participate in interactive sessions, panel discussions, and workshops led by experts, inspiring innovative approaches, and sustainable educational solutions.

Whether you're an educator, administrator, policymaker, or passionate about education, this is a must-attend event. Connect, network, and exchange ideas with like-minded individuals shaping the future of education.

The day will inspire education professionals from all sectors and provide invaluable CPD.  

The times they are a-changing: Future proof your teaching

Our themes for 2024 are:

  • Whole school literacy
  • The Digital World
  • Excellent teaching

Take a look at our Education Summit 2024 Digital Programme

Booking Tickets

  • Tickets cost £95
  • 20% discount if booking five or more tickets

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Our 2024 Speakers

David Didau

David Didau

In 2011, frustrated by the current state of education, David began to blog. Since then, he has expressed the constraints and irritations of ordinary teachers, detailed the successes and failures of his classroom and synthesised 15 years of teaching experienced through the lens of education research and cognitive psychology.

The Learning Spy is widely recognised as one of the most influential education blogs in the UK and has won a number of awards.

Mary Myatt

Mary is an education adviser, writer and expert speaker. She develops thoughtful work on the curriculum and wider school improvement. 

She trained as an RE teacher and is a former local
authority adviser and inspector. Drawing on her work with pupils, teachers and leaders she writes and speaks about learning, leadership, school improvement and the curriculum. 

Find Mary on X.

Amjad Ali

Amjad is a teacher, trainer, TEDx speaker and Senior Leader. He has spent his teaching career working in challenging, diverse schools. He is a qualified SENDCO and was also trained as an Advanced Skills Teacher in Teaching and Learning. Before stepping into the world of education, he spent time as Play Worker and Teaching Assistant in Young Offender Prisons.

Amjad has delivered CPD to all sectors in education from Early Careers teachers to Executive/Head Teachers and CEOs; delivering on a range of topics. He has worked with over 250 schools and 1000s of students.

Fiona Aubrey- Smith

Fiona Smith

Named by Education Business as one of the 50 most influential people in education (2022) and by The Knowledge Review as one of the Top 5 Visionary Women in Education, Fiona is an award-winning teacher, leader and academic with a passion for supporting those who work with children and young people. 

Co-author of the best-selling book 'From EdTech to PedTech: Changing the way we think about digital technology', Fiona is also a regular contributor to events and publications about Education, Pedagogy and Education Technology.

Amarbeer Singh Gill

Amarbeer Singh

Amarbeer has a background in secondary maths and teacher education. Singh currently works for Ambition Institute as a teacher educator and Haberdasher's Academies Trust as Senior Trust Lead for maths.

He has an MA in Expert Teaching and in 2022 published Strengthening the Student Toolbox 'In Action'.

Find Amarbeer on X or his blog.  

Eve Poole

Eve Poole

Dr Eve Poole OBE is Chair-Designate of the Woodard Corporation. She has a BA from Durham, an MBA from Edinburgh, and a PhD in theology and capitalism from Cambridge. She has written several books, including Leadersmithing', which was Highly Commended in the 2018 Business Book Awards and then 'Robot Souls'. Previously she taught leadership at Ashridge Business School, following earlier careers at the Church Commissioners and Deloitte Consulting.

Dan Fitzpatrick

Dan Fitzpatrick

The author of the acclaimed book, 'The AI Classroom: The Ultimate Guide to Artificial Intelligence in Education', Dan imparts invaluable insights and strategies for harnessing AI in education.

Dan is a regular contributor in the media on all things AI and education, having recently been featured in Time Magazine and on CNN, Good Morning Britain and BBC Radio 4. His former roles include serving as Director for Digital Strategy at Education Partnership North East, and as a senior leader at a secondary school. 

Lauren Kearney

Lauren is a qualified English teacher who has taught in a diverse range of settings, including state and independent schools, inclusion centres, and working one-on-one with learners at risk of exclusion.

Currently, she serves as the Senior Assessor and Senior Product Developer for Oracy at English Speaking Board (International) Ltd. In this role, Lauren's work on impact contributed to ESB winning the prestigious title “Awarding Organisation of the Year” in November 2023, awarded by the Federation of Awarding Bodies (FAB). 

 

Stuart Kime

Stuart Kime

Stuart’s work at EBE focuses on innovating pragmatic and evidence-based professional learning experiences for educators.

He is a qualified teacher of English, and worked as a classroom teacher, middle leader and senior leader in secondary schools between 2001 and 2011. Stuart studied for his doctorate with Profs Rob Coe and Steve Higgins at Durham University, developing interests in the areas of evaluation design and teachers’ professional learning.

In 2014, he took on the role of Policy Fellow in the UK Government’s Department for Education.

Samantha Andrews

After working with leading technology manufacturers and global resellers, including Trams, I decided to focus on one manufacturer and one reseller, and joined Trams|Econocom last year. 

Through real-life examples, this presentation will cover how an 1-2-1 Programme can improve the digital literacy of pupils and help them to improve essential skills for a digital world. The talk will outline how iPads can be securely monitored, recycled and financed to improve the learning capabilities of your students whilst adhering to your school’s social responsibility.  

Andrew Innes

Upon joining the business from Coutts 3 years ago, I have been using my expertise in funding to assist IT, finance, and procurement functions with a wide array of requirements.

Through real-life examples, this presentation will cover how an 1-2-1 Programme can improve the digital literacy of pupils and help them to improve essential skills for a digital world. The talk will outline how iPads can be securely monitored, recycled and financed to improve the learning capabilities of your students whilst adhering to your school’s social responsibility.

 

 


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Travelling to Bryanston

Bryanston School is situated on a beautiful site in Blandford Forum in Dorset. Easy access by train from London to Salisbury or Poole. Free parking is available on site.

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