New series of teacher conferences aims to empower young people
A series of conferences organised by Royal Wootton Bassett Academy and the UCL Institute of Education begins on Tuesday October 6.
It is the first of three events which organisers say will "seek to address an important gap in existing educational provision; the empowerment of young people to safeguard the future by learning about the past."
6th October 2015
Developing teaching and learning strategies that empower young people to change the world
Nina Jackson • John Shepperd and ‘The Resilience Doughnut’ • Lisa Jane Ashes
18th March 2016
Developing leadership, SMSC and holistic approaches that empower young people to change the world
John Rees • Dr Neil Hawkes • Jon Finn’s ‘Tougher Minds’ • National Education Trust’s David Birch
8th July 2016
Developing Holocaust education, genocide prevention and human rights awareness to empower young people to change the world
Prof Stuart Foster • Aegis Trust • Mark Gudgel
This conference is suitable and relevant for ITT students, NQT, middle or senior leaders or those with CPD, T&L responsibilities. Each day costs £25 per person.
For further information see http://www.rwba.org.uk/Empowering-Young-People-to-Change-the-World or email RHayden@rwba.org.uk.