HUBTalk – Julian Grenier

Dr Julian Grenier explains the thinking behind the 3 key changes to the EYFS, and how we can use those changes to help give every child a brighter future.

HUBTalk Reuben Moore

Reuben Moore, Executive Director for Programme Development at Teach First and member of the DfE’s Advisory Board for the Reformed NPQs, will be talking about the rationale for the new qualifications, and Teach First’s approach to their design and delivery.

HUBTalk – Emma Ing & Kate Rowley

Getting Your Curriculum Right – constructing a broad and balanced curriculum that looks to the future and what’s right for all children. Emma Ing & Kate Rowley, Ofsted’s Regional Director for the NE, Y&H, will draw on her team’s experiences of inspections in our region and highlight how to get your curriculum right in a post/living-with Covid future.

HUBtalk – Peps McCrea and Kyle Bailey

How implement the Early Career Framework effectively: what the evidence suggests
Peps McCrea, Dean of Learning Design at Ambition Institute and author of the High-Impact Teaching series, and Kyle Bailey, Associate Dean in Learning Design at Ambition Institute share their expert knowledge of the evidence base behind the Early Career Framework programme, and what is most effective when implementing the ECF in school

HUBtalk – Jane Elsworth, Huntington Research School

Unlocking the Evidence: Special Education Needs in Mainstream Schools. Pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) have the greatest need for excellent teaching and are entitled to provision that supports achievement at, and enjoyment of, school. In the session we will explore what the evidence says are ‘best bets’ for the leadership of SEND provision, effective classroom practice for teachers and the deployment and role of teaching assistants.

Hubtalk – Richard Sheriff

‘Collaboration and Defragmentation: Developing a system which supports young people and teachers in an uncertain world’ with Richard Sheriff, President of the Association of School and College Leaders