Intent! Implementation! Impact!

How Does Your School Meet the Three I's?

Intent! Implementation! Impact!

Tuesday 26th February 2019 | Mercure Southgate Hotel, Exeter | 09:00 - 12:45

With the renewed focus on the curriculum this event will highlight practical examples where schools have considered the three I’s highlighted by OFSTED. They will share their collaborative thinking at the outset, how they disseminated the approach and how this has fundamentally affected the pupils in their setting.

After hearing from the case study schools there will be a panel discussion where delegates can explore thinking and develop an understanding of how they can embrace the three I’s in their own settings.

Key Reasons to Attend

  •     Discover beneficial reasoning behind Ofsted’s intent
  •     Gain insight into practical implementations within schools
  •     Understand how the Three I’s will positively impact pupils
  •     Have the opportunity to explore thinking during our panel discussion

Who Should Attend?

All Phases: Govenors, MAT CEO's, Headteachers, Deputy Headteachers, Teachers, Senior Leaders, Subject Leaders

About Nikki Burroughs

Originally from Wales, I moved to Devon where I have been teaching for over 18 years, 15 years of which have been spent in the Special school sector. Wholeheartedly believing in education and that every child deserves the best I have followed my own aspirations into Leadership.

For the past 5 years I have been a member of the Senior Leadership team, the last 2 of which as a Deputy Head working across a Federation of 2 special schools (Ellen Tinkham School & Bidwell Brook School), spending time teaching in both. As a member of SLT I assist with the managing of and Leading the schools by contributing to management of initiatives in matters of whole school policy and promoting initiatives in respect of my own areas of responsibility ie. Curriculum and assessment.

I am also Teaching School Lead for our newly formed Teaching School Alliance and a mum to 3 young boys!

About Jonathan Bishop

Jonathan Bishop is CEO of Cornerstone Academy Trust incorporating the outstanding Broadclyst and Westclyst Primary Schools. Since becoming Headteacher in 2010 he has pioneered the way in embedded use of digital technology in education.

As a Microsoft Showcase School, working with education partners globally, Jonathan pioneered the Global Enterprise Challenge. This project brings together over 3000 students from across the world.

Jonathan is a NLE and Education Advisor for the DfE, supporting other schools to maximise their potential. He facilitated Broadclyst being awarded Teaching School status and through the Cornerstone Teaching School has established a range of professional development opportunities, supporting local and national schools through a blended learning approach.

About Tom Graham

Tom was previously Head of Geography and Head of Year at Kingsbridge Community College. He joined the Senior Leadership Team at Hele’s in 2015 as Assistant Principal (Assessment and Reporting) and, until recently, continued to work in the capacity of Specialist Leader for Education in Geography across the South West Teaching School Alliance.

About Andrea Ayres

Andrea has over 20 years of teaching experience and has held a range of leadership roles at Hele’s School in that time, including Head of MFL, Director of Language College Specialism, and Assistant Principal (Director of Post 16), before starting in her current role in 2015 as Assistant Principal (Curriculum).

Masterclass Prices

Early bird price: £99+VAT (valid until 25th January 2019)
Full masterclass price: £119+VAT

 

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