A brief summary of the SSAT National Conference 2014 – The Learner. Includes videos of keynote presentations & free downloads.
Students drawn from across the SSAT network form a media team who will cover both days of the SSAT National Conference 2014. Here they reflect on their hopes for the conference.
What lessons can England learn from Finland’s hugely successful education system? Should they be applied to an English context at all?
SSAT’s Head of Research, Tom Middlehurst, argues that students will never be sufficiently equipped for life without an improvement in assessment practices.
Head of Innovation, Caroline Barlow, discusses innovation & how SSAT’s Redesigning Schooling campaign is the perfect platform for a new approach.
Sue Williamson argues that creativity is thriving in English schools – the challenge is to see it embedded in all schools.
Tom Middlehurst, Head of Research SSAT, on the importance of vocational education & how it ensures we leave a lasting legacy for future generations.
Pasi Sahlberg explores some of the factors that have helped the Finnish education system deliver high-quality and high-equity outcomes for learners.
How a team of student communication leaders changed the way students new to England are welcomed into Jack Hunt School.
Young people can help change the world but schools, HE, FE and employers must work together to ensure they are supported effectively. By Sue Williamson.