RM Education has announced that it is sponsoring the National Conference on School Improvement on Thursday 10th September at the QEII Centre in London. This is an important conference in the education calendar, which aims to share learning on initiatives and underlying factors that contribute towards increased attainment in and by schools, whilst also providing a great opportunity to network with peers.
The conference, which will be of particular interest to head teachers, bursars, school governors, school counsellors, local councillors and senior teaching staff, will give delegates the opportunity to learn from positive case studies and hear about the latest innovation and academic insight into school improvement, examining contributory factors both within and outside of the school environment.
Delegates will get to hear from thought leaders like Sir Michael Wilshaw, HM Chief Inspector of Education, Children's Services and Skills – Ofsted and the Secretary of State/Minister for Education (tbc) as well as influential practitioners like Councillor Claire Kober, Leader of Haringey Council and Jim Wade, Principal, University Technical College (JCB Academy), Staffordshire.
There are a number of valuable workshops available on the day covering topics such as "The use of data in schools" led by Haringey's school improvement service, which enables you to see how business intelligence and monitoring trends and performance can help improve outcomes. RM Education will also be demonstrating how you can transform the way that you use data within your school to drive improvement, raise standards and track success.
Another session led by the University of Glasgow is looking at the benefit of partnership arrangements between state and private schools and/or secondary and primary schools. You can also see examples of how marketing has led to positive changes in the profiles of schools as well as pick up some valuable tools and methods for monitoring, encouraging and developing staff. More information on the agenda and workshops available can be found on the Conference website.
In the meantime, if you would like to understand more about how you can transform the way that you use data within your school to drive improvement, raise standards and track success, Download our FREE guide, visit our website or call free on 0808 172 9531.