Ealing Primary Teaching School Alliance Virtual Deputy and Assistant Headteachers Conference & Exhibition

Event Dates and Prices

Tuesday 27th April 2021

9.30am – 3.00pm

A Brighter Future

Mondale Events are delighted to be assisting the Ealing Primary Teaching School Alliance (EPTSA) with their annual Leadership Conference for Deputy and Assistant Headteachers which will this year be held virtually on Tuesday 27th April.

Entitled “A Brighter Future”, the Conference is open to all Deputy and Assistant Headteachers and will have Diana Osagie and Jaz Ampaw-Farr as keynote speakers delivering presentations on Courageous Leadership and Motivating Ambitious Resilience and Dr Clare Rees as Conference Chair.  A full programme with details of additional workshops can be found below.

Delegates wishing to attend should please contact eptsa@castlebar.ealing.sch.uk as soon as possible for further details and to secure their place.

Companies wishing to participate in the Conference and take a dedicated page on the platform should please contact us as soon as possible to secure their place.  Exhibitor pages may include contact and product information, brochures, videos, incentives plus there is the opportunity, if required, for companies to set up their own online drop-in sessions during the day.  The online platform will reference the exhibition area throughout the day and this event will provide companies with an excellent opportunity to reach the target audience at a time when face-to -face meetings continue to be difficult to arrange.

Event Speakers

Diana Osagie BSC PGCE MA NPQSI DIP Coaching

Diana Osagie BSC PGCE MA NPQSI DIP Coaching

Founder Courageous Leadership Consultancy & The Academy of Women’s Leadership. Leadership Coach and Trainer - Consultant Head Teacher - School Inspector. With 20 years’ experience leading secondary education, including six years as a successful head teacher in a London secondary school, Diana works at the cutting edge of leadership development. She is known as a resilient school leader, skilled in urban leadership under challenging circumstances. Diana has substantial success in developing school wide models that strategically enhance the quality of teaching and learning across the curriculum and can couple sound strategic vision whilst giving clear operational direction. She lectures on a MA in Educational Leadership for a UK university. Diana is also a school inspector with developed expertise scrutinising school wide systems. With a proven track record of developing leaders via bespoke training programs, Diana also founded The Academy of Women’s Leadership; specialising in supporting women to grow the leadership cultures of their organisations and to flourish as leaders established in confidence, Diana has established capability in mentoring and supporting leaders facing challenging circumstances and change. She is the author of Courageous Leadership, a humorous book that gives school leaders’ strategies to shape their leadership experience. Successful leaders have someone in their corner who understands and has overcome similar challenges. We all need an advocate and that is what Diana becomes when you work together, an advocate for your leadership.
Dr Clare Rees

Dr Clare Rees

Head, Havelock Primary School. Clare has been a Headteacher for 9 years and is currently in her second headship at Havelock Primary School and Nursery, Southall. Prior to this Clare was a Headteacher in Hendon, Barnet LA. She has also worked as a cross phase adviser with Ealing’s School Effectiveness Team. She has a particular interest in strengthening leadership and creating a school culture that promotes professional growth.
Jaz Ampaw-Farr

Jaz Ampaw-Farr

It would be easy to say, ‘You’ve never met anyone like Jaz before’. Her passion for the potential we can uncover in ourselves and her insight into how to remove the barriers that hinder connection between us and those we seek to influence make Jaz one of those people you will never forget. Jaz’s story is one of growing up in the midst of most appalling abuse, poverty and hardship during which she encountered five teachers (and, importantly, one pimp) whose belief in her literally saved her life. There are many messages leaders take away from listening to Jaz as she shares her story across the UK, in the US (where she’s being called ‘The British Oprah’!) and elsewhere. Clearly, the impact that we have to transform lives comes through loud and clear but there is more to it than just that. Jaz also embodies the idea of bravery and the willingness to be defined by what you’ve tried even if you fail, rather than by what you could have done. Both her (very) brief stint on TV’s The Apprentice and her career as a stand-up comedian are good examples of this. And she shows that a human being can be subject to the worst depravities of her fellow humans and not only survive, but thrive – and do so without anger or bitterness. It is true, we are not our stories, and Jaz shares ideas and insights from her life in her work with leaders, educators, parents and young people with humour, energy, honesty and an unswerving optimism in people and in authentic connection in particular.
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Event Exhibitors

B & C Educational
Kapow Primary
NCCE London and home Counties Computing Hub
REED Specialist Recruitment
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