This conference sets out ways in which we can build an irresistible curriculum and a balanced assessment system.
We are very grateful to David Cumberland, Deputy Dean, Faculty of Education & Children’s Services at the University of Chester and his team for agreeing to host this #LearningFirst conference on Saturday, 13th May 2017. A post-SATs party!!
We will have a very exciting line-up of keynote and workshop speakers.
The conference is free to attend because of the enormous generosity of our hosts and speakers, all of whom give their time and travel pro bono. There is a £5.00 Eventbrite booking fee for each event, which is entirely non-refundable.
If you would like to come to the conference, as a delegate, please follow this link to a sign-up page. When the tickets become available, an Eventbrite invitation will be sent to you. Just pay the £5.00 non-refundable booking fee and the ticket will be yours.
We are very much looking forward to another inspiring day of continued professional development with #LearningFirst front and centre throughout the day.
Conference programme (please do not print out until nearer the date, as small changes may be made)Chesterconferenceprogramme (5)
You can print the programme here:
University of Chester
Queen’s Park Campus
Find out more about the venue here.
If you need to book a hotel for 12th May in Chester, some hotel prices are mad due to it being a race day. The Dene Hotel still has rooms (still being 2oth April) 01244 321165 at reasonable rates. Certainly, not an endorsement as we have no idea about the quality of the hotel but we are taking the chance! What could possibly go wrong? :))
Look forward to seeing you there!