Sheffield here we come… Conference speakers announced

We are absolutely delighted to announce the names of colleagues presenting, speaking and leading workshops at the #LearningFirst launch conference on Saturday 21st May 2016 at Sheffield Hallam University.

We are very humbled by their generosity – without which we would not have been able to consider such an event.

There are still one or two speakers still to confirm but have decided to share with you now because we didn’t want you to wait any longer.

Prof Dame Alison Peacock will be hosting the auditorium sessions @AlisonMPeacock  @BeyondLevels
Co-author of Creating Learning without Limits, Executive Headteacher The Wroxham Primary School 
Ann Mroz @AnnMroz
Editor and Digital Publishing Director, TES
Mary Myatt @MaryMyatt
Author, High Challenge, Low Threat: How the Best Leaders Find the Balance
Marc Rowland @natedtrust_marc
Associate Director National Education Trust
Natalie Packer @NataliePacker
Member of DfE Commission for AWL
Sarah Earle @PriSciEarle
Senior Lecturer: Primary PGCE, Bath Spa University
Dr Wayne Tennent
Senior lecturer on the MA in Education, University of East London
Helen Hindle @HelenHindle1
Maths AST, author of http://www.growthmindsetmaths.com
Lucy Rimmington @Teacher_Ofqual
Senior Manager, Strategic Relationships, Ofqual. Ofqual policy
Jo Penn @JaPenn56
Primary & Secondary Governor, NLG, Founder
Sean Harford @HarfordSean
Ofsted, National Director, Education
Carolyn Robson, CBE @CaroDunelm
Vice Chair, Teaching Schools Council
Lauren Costello, OBE
Managing Director, White Horse Federation
Seamus Oates @HeadTBAP
CEO of the TBAP Multi Academy Trust
Shirley Clarke @shirleyclarke_
Author and researcher: Outstanding Formative Assessment – Culture and Practice
Michael Tidd @MichaelT1979
Deputy Headteacher of a primary and nursery school in Nottinghamshire
James Pembroke sigplus.co.uk
Helping schools make sense of their data.
Kate Sowter @Top_kat1
Deputy Head of Pathfinder Teaching School Alliance – Champion of the College of Teaching
Kerry Jordan-Daus @KerryJordanDaus
Canterbury Christ Church University ITE, research into Teaching and Learning
Rebecca Haworth
Assessment Lead, Primary Learning Services, Pearson
Ben Fuller AaiaPresident@aaia.org.uk
President of AAiA (Association for Achievement and Improvement through Assessment)
Anne Heavey @ATLAnneH
Education Policy Advisor, ATL
Frances Child
Vice Principal, University of Birmingham School, Director of School-Led Initial Teacher Education
Rob Webster @maximisingTAs
MITA Lead & Researcher, UCL Institute of Education
Ros Wilson @rosBIGWRITING
Education Consultant and creator of Big Writing and Power Writing.
Dr Ally Daubney @AllyDaubney
Incorporated Society of Musicians; University of Sussex ITE
Sir David Carter @Carter6D
National Schools Commissioner for England
John Tomset@johntomsett
Headteacher at Huntington School in York, England.
Prof Sam Twiselton @samtwiselton
Professor of Education and Director of Sheffield Institute of Education
Andrea Carr @andreacarr1
Managing Director at Rising Stars and Hodder Primary
Mick Walker
Former executive director, Qualifications and Curriculum Development Agency (QCDA), and trustee, Chartered Institute of Educational Assessors (CIEA)
Leora Cruddas @LeoraCruddas
Director of Policy, Association of School and College Leaders
Dianne Excell 
Regional Groups Co-ordinator , NALDIC
Simon Cowley @SiCowley
TSC Regional Representative for South West, S
chool improvement and performance management responsibility for White Horse Federation
Alison Ley
Deputy Headteacher, Castle Hill School
Di Leedham @DiLeed
English/Literacy/EAL teacher
Dr Julian Grenier @juliangrenier
Headteacher, Sheringham Nursery School and Children’s Centre
Dr Mark Boylan
Reader in Teacher Education, Sheffield Hallam
Kat Schofield @PearlOchreRose
Consultant Headteacher, PGCE tutor, LA Advisor, Governor
Prof Martin Fautley @DrFautley
Professor of Education at Birmingham City University
Gary Wilkie @grwonline
Headteacher of Sheringham Primary School, CEO of the Learning in Harmony Multi Academy Trust
Gareth Davies @gareth_davies
Managing Director and co-founder of Frog Education
Diane Swift @diane_swift 
Director of the Keele and North Staffordshire Primary SCITT
Kevin McLaughlin @kvnmcl
Teacher, artist, musician
Asher Levin @MrALevin
Teacher of Computing . Working on a cognitive science in education project. 
Andy Moor
Principal and Director of Ignite TSA
Gemma Andrew@G_Andrews09
Head of Learning and Development, AET
Lorraine Oldale @WixHead
Headteacher of  Wix and Wrabness Primary School
Gill Kelly @lifeisnotaline
Associate of ITL, Consultant Headteacher for Eos Education
Charlotte Hacking @charliehacking
Early Years, Primary Advisory Teacher, Learning Programme Leader (Central) CLPE
Seamus Gibbons @ShayGibbons1
Headteacher, Langford Primary
Lisa Pettifer @Lisa7Pettifer
Head of Professional Development Nelson Tomlinson School
Sameena Choudry @EquitableEd
Founder of Equitable Education
Binks Neate-Evans @BinksNeateEvans
Headteacher, West Earlham Infant and Nursery School
Sarah Mardell @sarahmardell
Deputy Headteacher, West Earlham Infant and Nursery School
Katie Mack
EYFS teacher (lead teacher for EYFS), West Earlham Infant and Nursery School
Karen Wilding @karenwildingedu
Independent Primary Maths Consultant and NCETM Professional Standard holder
Marc Hayes @mrmarchayes
Teacher, Bader Primary School, Leader for Science, Languages and Learning Dispositions
Lee Card @eduCardtion
Deputy Headteacher and SLE
Jo Palmer-Tweed @JPTteach
Executive Director, Essex and Thames Primary SCITT
Paul Scales 
Teacher, Subject Leader for MFL
Alan Eathorne @aeathorne
Assistant Head Teacher at Meadowdale Primary School. SLE for research and curriculum leadership for Affinity TSA
Stef Edwards @stefguene
Primary Teacher, Headteacher, System Leader and EdD student
Summer Turner @ragazza_inglese
Director of Teaching & Learning, East London Science School

More information about the format of the day will follow soon.

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