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SSAT National Conference 2019 - Fighting for Deep Social Justice

Applications for student contributions are now closed

Successful schools will be notified by the conference panel week commencing Monday 28 October.

Opportunities to get involved include:


Student reporters attend and report on allocated workshops and main stage presentations during either day of the conference. Reporters will also have the opportunity to interview speakers, workshop presenters and delegates.


Students can run a stall in the exhibition hall of the conference selling self-made products to delegates. Some suggestions for products include calendars, tea towels and Christmas cards. All applications require photos and details of products you would like to sell at the conference.


Students can perform to delegates on the main stage or in the exhibition hall. Performances can include (but are not limited to) dance, song, instrumental or spoken word and should be 5 minutes or less. All applications require a video and details of the proposed performance.

Applications are now closed.

Further information

You can submit applications for an individual student or group of students.

A contribution of up to £100 per school for travel is available in agreement with the conference organisers for successful schools. Unfortunately, accommodation cannot be covered by SSAT.

If you have any questions, please email


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