Event information

The Applied Education Research Network of the Chartered College of Teaching and Medway Council are pleased to invite all Trainee and Early Career Teachers and their Mentors to attend a conference on 25th April 2020, at The Victory Academy, Magpie Hall Road, Chatham ME4 5JB.

Our sessions are suitable for all phases, and will be mainly focused on the needs of early career teachers. We also welcome all teachers who wish to attend this event.

Refreshments are provided throughout the day and there is the option of buying lunch with your ticket, or bringing your own on the day.

Registration is from 08:45, with sessions beginning at 09:30.

Please note you must be a Student, NQT member of the Chartered College of Teaching to purchase the Student/NQT member ticket.

Membership for the Chartered College is FREE for the duration of your studies/training, and only £1.88/month for NQTs.

To join, go to: https://chartered.college/join

We are pleased to announce that our main keynotes will be delivered by:

Jo Facer – @jo_facer

Keynote title: Teaching: a Marathon not a Sprint.

Jo is the founding Principal of Ark Soane Academy. She trained through Teach First in 2010 and has held leadership roles in a number of schools in London and Kent. She has written an education blog, readingallthebooks.com, since 2013, and her education book “Simplicity Rules” is published by Routledge.

Vivienne Porritt – @ViviennePorritt @WomenEd #WomenEd

Key note title: Celebrate, support and connect teachers through the Chartered College of Teaching.

Vivienne supports schools on vision, strategy, professional learning and development, and impact evaluation. A former secondary Headteacher, Director for School Partnerships at UCL IOE, and Chair of Governors, Vivienne is Vice President of Chartered College of Teaching and a member of the Ethical Leadership Advisory Group.

Vivienne is a Co-Founder and Strategic Leader of #WomenEd, a grass roots organisation that empowers women leaders. She is the co-author of 10%braver: Inspiring Women to Lead Education (2019) and Being 10%braver (forthcoming).

Website: womened.org

Sarah Mullin – @MrsSarahMullin

Key note title: What they didn’t teach me on my PGCE – a celebration of our wonderful profession

Sarah is a Deputy Headteacher and Doctor of Education student from Solihull who recently received the ‘Contribution to Education of the Year’ award. Sarah is a Fellow of the Chartered College of Teaching in addition to being a Fellow of the Leadership and Management Institute, the Chartered Management Institute and the Royal Society of Arts. She is also the curator of ‘What They Didn’t Teach Me on My PGCE’ – a collection of narratives written by teachers, for teachers.

In a range of workshops will also cover the following topics:

• SEND – Jacqui Rudden

• Coaching and mentoring – tbc

• Metacognition – Carley Dawkins

• Behaviour management in the primary classroom (Early Years and Primary) – Dr Jessica Mahdavi-Gladwell CTeach MCCT

• Behaviour management in the secondary classroom – Scott Banks

• Securing first teaching job, application and interview preparation – Janina Villalta

• Sequencing concepts and modelling – Darren Anderson

• #WomenEd – Vivienne Porritt FCCT

• Time management, workload – tbc

Event details

Event date
April 25, 2020
Event time
9:30 am - 3:00 pm
Event location
The Victory Academy, Magpie Hall Road, Chatham ME4 5JB
Event organiser
Chartered College Network