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SSAT National Conference 2019 - Fighting for Deep Social Justice

SSAT National Conference 2019 Videos

Here you can find full videos of the main stage presentations from the National Conference. Please make sure you are logged in to the Exchange to view the videos.

Downloads of the workshop presentations are also available.

Wednesday – Main stage

What is deep social justice?

Sue Williamson
Chief Executive,

Fighting for deep social justice

Rt Hon David Lammy
Labour Party Candidate for Tottenham,
Patron of SSAT Deep Social Justice

Deep social justice in action across the network

Rick Kitson
Head of SEMH and Wellbeing,
Catcote Academy
Kuljit Rahelu
Hornsey School for Girls

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

Panel discussion: The essential experiences in the curriculum

Supported by

John Dickens
Schools Week
Stuart Kay
Director of Education,
Youth Sport Trust
Priya Lakhani OBE
Founder CEO,
Tom Ravenscroft
Skills Builder Partnership
Andy Roberts
Riverside School

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

Rt Hon David Laws
Executive Chairman,
Education Policy Institute
Caroline Barlow
Heathfield Community College
Christopher Pope
Prince's Teaching Institute
Dave Whitaker
Associate, Independent Thinking,
Director of Learning, Wellspring Academy Trust

Fighting for deep social justice

Sue Williamson
Chief Executive,

Thursday – Main stage

Student Engagement Sponsor Welcome

Wayne Harrison
Managing Director,
Peer Tutor

Change activism: making things happen

Carmel McConnell MBE
Magic Breakfast

Ten lessons from The Working Class

Ian Gilbert
Company Founder and CEO,
Independent Thinking

Getting parental engagement right

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

You look fine to me

Nina Jackson
Associate Director,
Independent Thinking

The leadership required to achieve deep social justice

Professor Sir Tim Brighouse

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

Sue Williamson
Chief Executive,