Stephen Munday CBE talks to Stephen Betts, CEO of Learn Sheffield and Christine Gilbert CBE Chair of Camden Learning
These sessions challenge us all to consider a long-term approach for education. Join the discussion and share your views as we consider the #FutureOfTeaching
About the FED National Education Summit
Looking at Education through a long-term lens over a series of events.
An international cast of educators, business leaders and politicians will look at education through a long-term lens over a series of events. It will highlight key issues for the future of education from both a national and international perspective.
Shared resources and materials
- Download the audio transcript
- Download Christine Gilbert and Stephen Bett’s presentation
- Continue the discussion online on the #FutureOfTeaching – Area based models for school improvement
About our speakers
Carl Ward FCCT
Chief Executive, Foundation for Education Development
Carl is Chief Executive of the City Learning Trust; a 3 to 19 Multi-academy trust - a group of schools working in collabor... in Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire and Chair of the Foundation for Education Development. He has regional, national and international experience in leadership development and school to school improvement and has supported national and international projects and conferences for a range of organisations.
Stephen Munday CBE FCCT
Stephen is the Chief Executive of The Cam Academy Trust and the Executive Principal of Comberton Village College. In 2009 Stephen was awarded an Honorary Doctorate by Anglia Ruskin University for services to education and the community and in 2013 he was awarded a CBE in recognition of his services to education. Stephen works in several advisory capacities with the The ministerial department responsible for children’s serv..., including the Teaching Schools’ Council and the Eastern Region Headteachers’ Board and he is a National Leader of Education with the National College for Teaching and Learning as well as being an Associate Head with the SSAT.
Christine Gilbert CBE
Visiting Professor, UCL Institute of Education; Independent Chair, Camden Learning
Christine Gilbert CBE is a Visiting Professor at UCL Institute of Education and the independent chair of Camden Learning, a place-based partnership. Christine has been a teacher, a secondary headteacher and a director of education- in Harrow and then Tower Hamlets- and a chief executive in two London boroughs. Between 2006 and 2011, Christine held the post of Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector at The Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services..., when she brought three different inspectorates together to create a new organisation. Christine chairs the London Education Partnership group and co-chairs the Area-based Education Partnerships Association (AEPA).
Chief Executive, Learn Sheffield
Stephen Betts became CEO of Learn Sheffield when it was launched in 2015. Prior to taking up this role he was the Headteacher of Malin Bridge Primary School in Sheffield. He has 23 years of experience as a teacher, school leader and system leader.