Conferences and Masterclasses (virtual and face-to-face)

Conferences and Masterclasses (virtual and face-to-face)

In light of the ever-changing priorities for schools and settings based on the current climate, we are delighted to confirm our Conference, Seminar and Masterclass programme will be continuing virtually throughout Spring, Summer and Autumn Terms of 2021 and hope to see many of you engage with us.

Our events will enable you to hear from leading educational experts and commentators on the sector. We support schools and settings in their drive to raise standards, improve school performance and ensure better outcomes for children and young people.

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Summer Term 2021


Responding to Uncertainty Conference: Reducing Stress in Staff and Pupils

Wednesday 5 May 2021 | Virtually Hosted via Click Meetings


Closing the EAL Gap: Raising the Attainment of Bilingual Learners 

Tuesday 18 May 2021 | Virtually Hosted via Click Meetings


South West Peninsula Music Education Conference

Tuesday 8 June 2021 | Virtually Hosted via Click Meetings


All in This Together: Making SEND Everybody's Business

Thursday 10 June 2021 | Virtually Hosted via Click Meetings


Safeguarding Conference: Lockdown Lessons and Defining the New Normal

Thursday 24 June 2021 | Virtually Hosted via Click Meetings



Watch this space for exciting news coming soon for our fantastic Music festival this summer!



Autumn Term 2021


Bridging the Gap: Developing Reading Fluency for All

Thursday 21 October 2021 | Virtually Hosted via Click Meetings

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Training, Conferences & Masterclasses

The best conference I have ever attended. It left me with so many ideas that I can't wait to bring into school with me and raise standards in my classroom and across the school!


Delegate feedback from the ICT Masterclass with Mr P, May 2017, Exeter

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