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SSAT National Conference 2019 - Fighting for Deep Social Justice

9.00

Registration

SSAT Leadership Legacy Project briefing: registration from 08:30

Student performance: Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School

10.00

Student Engagement Sponsor Welcome

Wayne Harrison
Managing Director,
Peer Tutor

Student performance: Severndale Specialist Academy Makaton Choir

10.10

Change activism: making things happen

Carmel McConnell MBE
Founder,
Magic Breakfast

10.40

Ten lessons from The Working Class

Ian Gilbert
Company Founder and CEO,
Independent Thinking

11.00

Getting parental engagement right

John Rowlands
Principal,
Manchester Communication Academy
Patsy Hodson
Vice Principal,
Manchester Communication Academy

11.25

Workshops C

Disadvantaged children: sometimes the only thing we can change is their thinking - and ours
Jackie Beere OBE
Associate,
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,
SSAT
Well beyond British values - living and breathing what we believe to be right
David Lowbridge-Ellis
Deputy Headteacher,
Barr Beacon School

12.25

Workshops D

Leading careers to new heights
Rachel Buckingham
Careers Leader,
George Dixon Academy
LGBT+ and wider inclusion, human rights and intersectionality
Shaun Dellenty
Associate,
Independent Thinking
Nothing ever becomes real until experienced
Jennie Giovanelli
Headteacher,
Kingsthorpe College
Really listening and responding to youth climate change action
Les Hall
Principal,
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

13.10

Lunch

Student enterprise: Bradford Academy

14.20

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,
SSAT
Character development - how to nurture core values in a global society
Chloe Buckenham
Assistant Headteacher,
Finham Park School
Developing social justice in the classroom: how tweaks to pedagogy and assessment can contribute to equality
Claire Gadsby
Associate,
Independent Thinking
Intelligent interventions to aid deep learning
Will Hall
Curriculum Lead,
CENTURY
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
Headteacher,
Willowfield School

15.15

You look fine to me!

Nina Jackson
Associate Director,
Independent Thinking

15.45

The leadership required to achieve deep social justice

Professor Sir Tim Brighouse
,

16.15

Moving into the roaring twenties: the fight continues, louder and bigger

Sue Williamson
Chief Executive,
SSAT

Student performance: The Constellation Trust Choir

16.30

Conference close

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