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Education Summit 2022

An unmissable day of teacher CPD for open-minded educators teaching in an ever-changing world

bryanston education summit 2022

'Putting pupils At the heart of a changing world'

THURSDAY 9 June 2022

Discover how to better support, understand, and educate your pupils

Working together with our media partner, The TES, we’re bringing you speakers who will address some of the biggest issues facing teachers, pupils, and school leaders today. 

'Putting pupils at the heart of a changing world’ will cover subjects including diversity, gender inequality, restorative practice, wellbeing, and life skills. 

We’ll reflect on the shifting priorities you face as a teacher and educator, and how you can support your pupils as we move beyond a Covid-compromised world.

Who should attend? 

The Bryanston Education Summit, now in its fourth year, is unlike any other school-focused event in the UK and is a must for any teacher or school leader wanting to:

  • Better support, educate and understand their pupils.

  • Keep up to date with changing trends in education.

  • Be more effective in your work and increase confidence.

  • Develop and align teams on the future of education and how to manage issues.

Join us for a day filled with engaging debate, thought-provoking presentations, informative panels, and informal conversations. Together we’ll raise questions and seek solutions.

For anyone working in education today, Bryanston’s Education Summit is unmissable. Come with an open mind, and take part in a stimulating day of professional development.

WHAT WILL YOU GET FROM THE DAY? 

The speaker programme is hugely varied, you’ll get outstanding professional development from world-renowned speakers, all in one place. You can gain up to 7 hours of high quality teacher CPD.  

There will be a selection of exhibitors offering you the opportunity to buy books written by some of the speakers, as well as a range of other resources to browse.

Speakers confirmed include: Our Nation’s Poet Laureate, Simon Armitage, beloved children’s author Michael Rosen, Afua Adom, Louisa Adjoa Parker, Bradley Busch, Oliver Caviglioli, Daisy Christodoulou, Natasha Eeles, Kevin George, Alex Lewis, Chloe Mills, Alastair Creamer, Peter Radford, James Shone, Ben Sparks and David Weston. 

There will also be three strands: creativity; wellbeing; teaching and learning.

  • Mark Finnis will be talking about restorative practice.

  • Daisy Christodoulou will explore what we know about student learning in the pandemic and what needs to happen next.

  • Oliver Caviglioli will be discussing the benefits of dual coding.

  • Ben Sparks will be considering the original creation of number.

You will take away intangible rewards: the notes written, the conversations enjoyed over coffee, the new friendships made, with advice given that solves an issue and saves you time.

On arrival there will be free pastries and refreshments, an excellent lunch, and cake in the afternoon.

 

SPEAKERS confirmed for 2022 with more to follow

Please note that speakers and sessions may be subject to change owing to circumstances outside our control.  

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Simon Armitage

Poet Laureate Simon Armitage is best-known as an award-winning poet and lyricist who also writes for film, theatre, television and radio. He is Professor of Poetry at the University of Leeds and was elected Professor of Poetry at the University of Oxford (2015-2019).

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MICHAEL ROSEN

Michael is one of Britain’s best loved writers and performance poets for children and adults. He is Professor of Children’s Literature at Goldsmiths, University of London where he co-devised and teaches an MA in Children’s Literature.

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Afua adom

Afua is one of the leading voices on diversity in Britain, regularly appearing on ITV’s This Morning, Good Morning Britain, the BBC, Sky and CNN, in particular discussing Black Lives Matter and Equality for Women with charisma to provoke debate. 

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Bradley BUSCH

A registered psychologist and director at InnerDrive. He is one of the leading experts in how schools can use psychological research to help improve learning and resilience.

OLIVER CAVIGLIOLI

Oliver is an Information designer, former special school head teacher and author of Dual Coding With Teachers.

daisy christodoulou

Director of Education at No More Marking, a provider of online Comparative Judgement software for schools. Daisy is author of Teachers vs Tech, Making Good Progress? Seven Myths about Education and The future of Assessment for Learning.

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alastair creamer

Director of Creamer & Co, delivering cultural transformation and mentoring programmes to businesses in the UK and US.

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natasha eeles

Founder of Bold Voices, an award-winning social enterprise that empowers educational communities to recognise and tackle gender inequality and cultures of gender-based violence.

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mark finnis

An Independent Thinking Associate and one of the UK's leading exponents of restorative practice.

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Kevin George

Kevin is a Founder and Lead of Homeo. Providing emotional literacy in sport via tech. Kevin started his professional career as a footballer, he then became a published Author. Writing Soccology, a book about the psycho-social elements of football. Featuring 45 footballers from around the world and across generations.

Alex Lewis

Alex became a quadruple amputee in 2013 and has gone on to become an adventurer, a champion of university research, a public speaker and a passionate advocate for global inclusivity and accessibility to affordable assistive technology. His work with universities serves as a platform to drive creative thinking in the development of ‘super cool’ devices for the disabled. 

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chloe mills

Deputy Director of the Life Skills Company who help young people to achieve their maximum potential.

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Louisa Adjoa Parker

Louisa is a writer and poet of English-Ghanaian heritage who lives in southwest England. Louisa has written extensively about ethnically diverse history and rural racism, and as well as writing, works as an Equality, Diversity and Inclusion consultant. She is a sought-after speaker and trainer on rural racism, black history, and mental health.

PETER RADFORD

Experienced public speaker, teacher, trainer and author of Love Teaching Keep Teaching. Peter works with schools, equipping students for the adventure of life and work, and helping teachers to develop the strategies to transform education. 

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james shone

Following a 16-year teaching career and a life-threatening set-back, James set up his charity ‘I Can & I Am’, visiting schools and businesses to deliver his powerful pastoral messages to pupils, parents and staff.

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ben sparks

A mathematician, musician, and public speaker. Ben gives maths talks and workshops around the world to students, teachers and the general public. 

christian saenger 

Christian has worked in both State and Independent sectors and both Primary and Secondary schools, as an English Teacher, Head of Department, Senior Leader, and, most recently, as Headteacher of Dumpton. 

David weston 

Founder and Chief Executive of the Teacher Development Trust. He is also an author and former secondary maths and physics teacher.

 

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 will be available on site.

 

From Shaftesbury on the A350

After Stourpaine village, turn right at traffic lights. Go over bridge. Take first road on left on entering Durweston village (Bryanston School is signposted on opposite side of road). Take first road on left, again signposted Bryanston School. Pass Durweston Primary School and Village Hall on left and Knighton House School on right. Follow narrow road into Bryanston School grounds and signs to ‘School’.

From Salisbury on the A354

At roundabout shortly after village of Pimperne, turn left onto Blandford bypass. Go straight on at next roundabout (junction with B3082), and turn right at the following one (junction with A350), following signs for Brewery Visitor Centre. Go over mini-roundabout, then past Brewery Visitor Centre on right. Bryanston gate is straight ahead at next mini-roundabout. Go up drive and follow signs for ‘School’.

From Poole on the A350

After Charlton Marshall continue until you reach roundabout (junction with A354). Go straight over, following signs for Brewery Visitor Centre. Go over mini-roundabout, then past Brewery Visitor Centre on right. Bryanston gate is straight ahead at next mini-roundabout. Go up drive and follow signs for ‘School’.

From Wimborne town centre on the B3082

After Tarrant Keyneston continue until you reach roundabout. Turn left onto Blandford bypass. Turn right at next roundabout (junction with A350), following signs for Brewery Visitor Centre. Go over mini-roundabout, then past Brewery Visitor Centre on right. Bryanston gate is straight ahead at next mini-roundabout. Go up drive and follow signs for ‘School’.

From Dorchester on the A354

After Thornicombe continue until you reach roundabout (junction with A350). Turn left, following signs for the Brewery Visitor Centre. Go over mini-roundabout, then past Brewery Visitor Centre on right. Bryanston gate is straight ahead at next mini-roundabout. Go up drive and follow signs for ‘School’.

From Sturminster Newton on the A357

After Shillingstone, continue to Durweston village. Turn right immediately after long redbrick building (signpost to Bryanston School is on left-hand side of road). Take first road on left, again signposted Bryanston School. Pass Durweston Primary School and Village Hall on left and Knighton House School on right. Follow narrow road into Bryanston School grounds and signs to ‘School’.

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