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Festival of Education 2022

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May 23 2022

The 12th Festival of Education will take place at Wellington College between 7-8 July. It will host over 200 leading speakers and over 5,000 attendees from the world of education.

Across the two days, thousands of education professionals will attend hundreds of thought-provoking sessions from some of education’s leading thinkers.

At the heart of the Festival is an understanding that learning should be inspiring, engaging and fun. The Festival is no ordinary education event for teachers – from challenging debates to expert orators, and renowned headliners to making new friends and long-lasting connections, the Festival of Education is where those who inspire find their own inspiration.

Attendees will have access to over 250 sessions. Festival content will cover a broad range of topics and issues. There will be something for everyone interested in education.

All sessions will last for 45minutes; there will be a mixture of practical sessions, sparky panel discussions and thought-provoking lecturers.

Included is a Literary Festival, which will host some leading education authors. Attendees will also be able to meet their favourite authors during book signings.

Further information re content to be released.

Key speakers include:

David Olusoga - Black and British

Laura McInerney - Founder, Teachertapp

Jim Knight, Founder Instructional Coaching Group

HMCI Amanda Spielman - Her Majesty's Chief Inspector

Prof. Mick Waters - Author & Former Headteacher

And many more

Please click on the following link to register for free tickets:  https://educationfest.co.uk/free-tickets/

 

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