They’re back and they’re better than ever…

Full agenda details for the RM Seminars are available online. We’ve got a fantastic line-up, including sessions from Ofsted’s national lead for computing David Brown HMI, our inspirational keynote speaker Sir Ranulph Fiennes, e-safety experts, and Isabel and Wing who will inspire your computing curriculum lessons.

5th November 2014 – Grand Connaught Rooms, London
11th November 2014 – National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham
13th November 2014 – AJ Bell Stadium, Manchester

Register for your free places

This November, the ever-popular RM Seminars return. These events, leading on technological and educational areas of importance, offer you a fantastic opportunity to join us for not only a day of insight and inspiration, but to network with your peers at three great locations.
What’s more, attending the RM Seminars is absolutely free of charge.

The Technical Stream

Based on event feedback and research, we’re not only offering you a choice of two technical content streams, but a full day of CPD. Developed for network managers, technicians and ICT coordinators, the programme gives you the chance to step back and consider what will help you to enhance your school’s ICT systems, whilst sharing exciting ideas with your peers

The Computing Curriculum and E-safety Stream

This stream, aimed at school SLT and teaching practitioners, offers you practical ideas and inspirational approaches to teaching the computing curriculum, along with professional e-safety advice. With David Brown HMI, Ofsted’s National Lead for Computing, set to deliver an insightful session, you can be sure that you and your school will benefit greatly from your attendance.

RM Integris User Forum

The recent focus from the government on knowing your data has created a greater need for a school management system that gives you usable data. The RM Integris User Forum has been designed to provide RM Integris users with useful resources, valuable tips and insight into how data can be used to provide Ofsted with what they would like to see.

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