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The Challenge of Academisation

Discussion in 'Welcome lounge and forum help' started by chrisr1991, Jun 17, 2016.

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    chrisr1991 New commenter

    The Challenge of Academisation Conference

    Does new Government legislation improve Primary Schools?

    Register for free here

    Tuesday 28th June 2016

    Liverpool Hope University

    (Ranked top 5 in the UK for Teaching Quality)


    With Education Secretary Nicky Morgan announcing that the Government no longer plan to force all schools to become an academy, many are confused about the changing requirements of academisation.


    · What does the new government legislation mean?

    · Will academisation raise attainment; improve institutional structure, financials and funding?

    · What effect will this have on pupils?

    · What evidence is there to show academies improve results?

    · What are the financial challenges?



    Join us for our Primary Schools: The Challenge of Academisation Conference to hear education experts discuss how these concerns can be addressed, gain a comprehensive understanding of the conversion process, and learn from primary schools that have successfully converted to academy status.



    Headline Speakers Include:

    Kevin Courtney - Deputy General Secretary, National Union of Teachers

    Jack Worth - Research Manager, National Foundation for Educational Research

    Ian Buss - Key Markets, Lloyds Bank

    Glyn Bishop - Senior School Improvement Office, Waterton Academy Trust

    Alan Thompson - Director Hi-Impact



    For more information and the full agenda click here

    To register for your free place on the conference, please contact Chris Reynolds directly by email: c.reynolds1@salford.ac.uk or call 0161 295 3612.
     

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