Virtual Mini Summits on Trust Teaching Leadership

Online events throughout October

Join us this October for a series of virtual mini summits for busy CEOs and Directors of Teaching & Staff Development on leading teaching across Trusts.

How can you strategically lead teaching and staff development? How can you balance local ownership with cross-Trust shared policies and approaches? How do you monitor and build quality and capacity across schools?

Read the latest blog by David Weston.

The Trust Teaching Leadership Summit will address these questions in breakfast sessions that are tailored for CEOs, Executive Headteachers and Trust Directors who seek to be at the cutting edge of effective practice. The format is a series of keynotes and case studies from exceptional leaders, researchers and policy-makers, giving you maximum insight and impact in a short space of time.

Alongside our partners, TES and the Confederation of School Trusts, these events will showcase the latest practice, policy and research that you need to implement effective strategies across your Trust.

Wednesday 7th October, 8am to 9am
Leora Cruddas, CEO, Confederation of School Trusts
Mark Greatrex, Bellevue Place Education Trust

Friday 9th October, 8am to 9am
Chris Russell, acting National Director of Education, Ofsted
Will Smith, Greenshaw Learning Trust 

Tuesday 20th October, 8am to 9am
Dame Alison Peacock, Chief Executive, Chartered College of Teaching
Sufian Sadiq and Nadine Cotton, Chiltern Learning Trust

Wednesday 21st October, 8am to 9am
Sir David Carter, Ambition Institute
Lynn James, Outwood Grange

Thursday 22nd October, 8am to 9am
Andrew Warren, West Midlands Regional Schools Commissioner
Paul James, River Learning Trust

PRICES FROM £130 FOR TWO SESSIONS or ONLY £180 FOR ALL 5 SESSIONS

If you have any questions or concerns around connecting virtually, please get in touch with the team at enquiries@tdtrust.org

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If you are unsure whether your school is a member or not, please don’t hesitate to call us on 02039 616 794.

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