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SSAT National Conference 2019 - Fighting for Deep Social Justice

SSAT National Conference 2019 Presentations

Here you can find downloads to presentations from the speakers at the event. Please make sure you are logged in to the Exchange to access the downloads. If you attended the conference but are not a member of SSAT, please contact to receive copies of the presentations.

Videos of the main stage speakers are also available.

Wednesday – Main stage

What can and can't schools do improve social mobility

Professor Lee Elliot Major OBE
Professor of Social Mobility,
University of Exeter

Make your #teacher5aday wellbeing pledge

Martyn Reah
Founder, #teacher5aday,
Deputy Headteacher, Eggar's School

The essential cognitive principles of learning

Dr Efrat Furst
Fellow, The Teaching and Learning Center,
Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Wednesday – Workshops A

Protecting the school environment from external influences

Janice Allen
Falinge Park High School

Never mind "deep" social justice, real would do

David Cameron
Independent Thinking

Context is not key

Vince Green
Regional Education Director,
Bristnall Hall Academy / Academy Transformation Trust

Oracy: The missing link

Nicky Pear
Assistant Headteacher and Oracy Lead,
Cubitt Town Junior School

Curriculum design: one size doesn't fit all

Claire Turpin
Sidney Stringer Academy

Creating a dynamic learner voice culture

Steve Walker
Assistant Vice Principal - Teaching and Learning,
Bradford Academy

Wednesday – Workshops B

Developing cultural and social capital through effective partnerships

Alan Fraser
Director of Community Partnerships and Business Development,
Cranford Community College

The right to read

Sarah Ledger
Curriculum and Professional Development Lead,
Lexonik & Pennyman Primary Academy (Tees Valley Education)

Removing the fences to provide an equitable education

John Rowlands
Manchester Communication Academy

Extra project-based learning combined with co-teaching in an inner city school

Maria van Sorgen
Deputy Principal,
Wolfert College

Uncovering the hidden truths of learning

Jon Tait
Deputy Headteacher,
Acklam Grange School

Wednesday – School business manager strand

Ofsted - governors, trustees and SBMs – what does it all mean for us?

Colin Logan
Senior Education Lead,

Thursday – Main stage

Ten lessons from The Working Class

Ian Gilbert
Company Founder and CEO,
Independent Thinking

You look fine to me

Nina Jackson
Associate Director,
Independent Thinking

The leadership required to achieve deep social justice

Professor Sir Tim Brighouse

Thursday – Workshops C

Disadvantaged children: sometimes the only thing we can change is their thinking – and ours

Jackie Beere OBE
Independent Thinking

How to devise a CEIAG plan that meets Gatsby Benchmarks and supports social mobility

Ellie Brignell
CEIAG Coordinator,
Eltham Hill School

The Teacher Effectiveness Enhancement Programme (TEEP)

Louisa Cotterill
School Lead for TEEP,
Alcester Academy

Students driving learning through self-reflective processes

Michelle Harrison
Assistant Principal for Teaching and Learning,
Bluecoat Aspley Academy

Beneath the surface - applying SSAT's four deeps across an academy to achieve significant impact

Greg Hughes
Vice Principal - Curriculum & Learning Technologies,
The de Ferrers Academy

Policy and Ofsted

Colin Logan
Senior Education Lead,

Well beyond British values - living and breathing what we believe to be right

David Lowbridge-Ellis
Deputy Headteacher,
Barr Beacon School

Thursday – Workshops D

Leading careers to new heights

Rachel Buckingham
Careers Leader,
George Dixon Academy

LGBT+ and wider inclusion, human rights and intersectionality

Shaun Dellenty
Independent Thinking

Nothing ever becomes real until experienced

Jennie Giovanelli
Kingsthorpe College

Really listening and responding to youth climate change action

Les Hall
Mounts Bay Academy

An evidence-based approach to improving attainment in terminal exams

Mark Leswell
Research Leader and Curriculum Leader of Geography,
Uckfield College

The Embedding Formative Assessment programme

Rebekah Lindsay
Assistant Headteacher,
Thomas Alleyne's High School

Increasing stretch and challenge in the mainstream classroom

Kate Simpson-Holley
Deputy Headteacher,
Jack Hunt School

Thursday – Workshops E

Towards an equitable education system for all

David Anderson
Deputy Principal,
Uppingham Community College

Principled Leadership for Deep Social Justice

Dan Belcher
Senior Education Lead,

Character development: how to nurture core values in a global society

Chloe Buckenham
Assistant Headteacher,
Finham Park School

Intelligent interventions to aid deep learning

Will Hall
Curriculum Lead,

Teaching for mastery - a personal approach

Neel Khokhar
Lead Teacher for Implementing Evidence Informed Practice in Maths,
Riverside School

Transforming school culture through lesson study

Clive Rosewell
Willowfield School