11th National Conference for
Thurs 29th April, 2010, Hilton Paddington, London W2
10.00am – 4.00pm
For Local Authority Advisers, Headteachers, School Improvement Partners, Inspectors, Consultants and Cluster Leaders
‘Gifted and Talented: from Programme to Progress’
The national agenda for Gifted & Talented Education is undergoing major changes.
Local Authorities & Headteachers have a crucial role in ensuring that schools recognize the power of Gifted & Talented Education to improve pupil progress.
The programme will include:
This conference will give you the strategies to ensure that:
ü School improvement with a focus on self-evaluation is rooted in Gifted & Talented Education
ü A 'programme' led approach to ‘G&T’ translates to high quality provision being embedded in all schools
Professor Richard Bailey, Director of Richard Bailey – Education and Sport Consulting and Visiting Professor, National University of Ireland, Cork*
Llyn Codling, Headteacher. Portswood Primary School (Ofsted 2009 “Outstanding Leadership” and NACE Challenge Awarded school), with her Chair of Governors and
School Improvement Partner
The conference will be chaired by NACE President, Sue Mordecai, Principal Adviser and Secondary Strategy Manager, London Borough of Bromley
And will answer:
* Richard Bailey is an author of the Review of Gifted and Talented Education, on behalf of the English Government and co-author of the Quality Standards for Talent Development for Physical Education on behalf of the Youth Sports Trust.
Don’t delay – this conference fills quickly and places are limited
members: £280.00 + VAT
We look forward to seeing you there.
With best regards
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