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SSAT National Conference 2019 - Fighting for Deep Social Justice

9.30

Registration, breakfast, networking and exhibition

10.30

What is deep social justice?

Sue Williamson
Chief Executive,
SSAT

11.00

Deep social justice in action across the network

11.30

What can and can't schools do to improve social mobility?

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

11.50

Make your #teacher5aday wellbeing pledge

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

12.15

Workshops A

Protecting the school environment from external influences
Janice Allen
Headteacher,
Falinge Park High School
Never mind "deep" social justice, real would do
David Cameron
Associate,
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
Headteacher,
Sidney Stringer Academy
Creating a dynamic learner voice culture
Steve Walker
Assistant Vice Principal - Teaching and Learning,
Bradford Academy

13.00

Lunch

14.15

The essential cognitive principles of learning, and why we should care about them

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

14.45

Panel discussion: The essential experiences in the curriculum

Supported by Schools Week

Stuart Kay
Director of Education,
Youth Sport Trust
Priya Lakhani OBE
Founder CEO,
CENTURY
Tom Ravenscroft
CEO,
Skills Builder Partnership

15.30

Refreshment Break

16.05

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
Principal,
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
Preparing children to live remarkable lives
Ian Taylor
Associate,
Independent Thinking

17.00

Panel discussion: Deep leadership – putting social justice at the heart of education

Chaired by:

Rt Hon David Laws
Executive Chairman,
Education Policy Institute
Professor Dame Alison Peacock
CEO,
Chartered College of Teaching
Christopher Pope
Co-Director,
Prince's Teaching Institute
Dave Whitaker
Associate, Independent Thinking,
Director of Learning, Wellspring Academy Trust

18.00

Pre-drinks reception speech

Rt Hon David Lammy
Labour Party Candidate for Tottenham,

18.20

Drinks reception & Street Food Canapes

Programme is subject to change

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