Manchester Teaching Schools Alliance Head Teachers, School Business Managers & Senior Leaders Conference & Exhibition

Event Dates and Prices

Thursday 29th November 2018

‘CRACKING YOUR CURRICULUM’

Manchester Teaching School Alliance (MTSA) have now announced their third Annual Conference and Mondale Events are delighted to be working in conjunction with the Alliance and to be organising an education suppliers exhibition to complement this one day Conference at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester.

The focus of the Conference will be on building a school curriculum and with Mary Myatt, David Didau, Chris Quigley and Tony Whatmuff as keynote speakers and the excellent and convenient location and facilities of the venue,  the day promises to be well attended.  The Conference and Exhibition will be of interest to all those involved in primary and secondary education and all Heads, Senior Leaders and Teachers from academies, maintained and independent schools in Manchester and surrounding areas are invited to attend.

Delegates wishing to attend should please use the link below to register and companies wishing to participate should kindly contact us as soon as possible to secure their space.

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Etihad Stadium, Ashton New Rd, Manchester M11 3FF

https://www.mancity.com/ticket-information/visiting-the-campus/visiting-the-etihad-stadium

Event Speakers

Chris Quigley

Chris Quigley

Chris Quigley is a specialist in primary education. He has been a Teacher, HeadTeacher, Lead Inspector and Trainer of School Inspectors. He is best known for his inspiring talks and his clear, easy to use support materials. He is also a publisher and a Director of Chris Quigley Education, where he leads a team of specialists, delivering inspiring training and talks all over the world. He has become widely known throughout the UK and overseas having worked directly with schools in almost all Local Authorities in England and has visited schools in the Channel Islands, Wales, Singapore, Hong Kong, Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Switzerland. His books have sold thousands of copies in over 16 countries. Chris has always believed that children should feel clever and that if schools create the right conditions for learning, all children can discover their talents, achieve their very best and thrive. His presentation will focus on curriculum design and offer practical help, strategies and solutions to build your curriculum.
David Didau

David Didau

David Didau taught English in UK secondary schools for 15 years but is now an education writer and freelance consultant The Learning Spy, is one of the most influential and highly regarded education blogs across the world. His writing is focussed on the challenges of working in schools. He has acted as a consultant for Ofsted, the English schools' inspectorate, and his ideas have influenced government policy in the UK. He has written several books on education and works with many different organisations on teacher development and curriculum design.
Mary Myatt

Mary Myatt

Mary Myatt is an education adviser, writer and speaker. She works in schools talking to pupils, teachers and leaders about learning, leadership and the curriculum. She maintains that there are no quick fixes and that great outcomes for pupils are not achieved through tick boxes. Latest books: Curriculum: Gallimaufry to Coherence, Hopeful Schools: building humane communities and High Challenge, Low Threat.
Tony Whatmuff

Tony Whatmuff

Tony is an author and trainer with 25 years of teaching experience, working with KS1-3 pupils in London, Lancashire and Leicester. For the last 15 years he has been a literacy specialist, working in schools across the UK and with UCL and Oxford University Press. He is the National Trainer of Inference Training-a 20 lesson group intervention designed to boost reading comprehension based on the work of Professor Jane Oakhill and Nicola Yuill. Tony is interested in classroom strategies which improve reading comprehension and enjoyment, and place youngsters in the centre of this process so that they develop a clear self-view of the task and themselves as readers. Effective reading comprehension is a key feature of academic success both across the curriculum and beyond school in training and work. Evidence suggests that successful readers have a clear view of the processes involved in reading and an accurate view of themselves as readers. His presentation will explore practical classroom strategies to make explicit to youngsters the how of reading across the curriculum, and ways to help readers acquire a clear view of themselves and aspects they might improve. The presentation will include DVD classroom clips and sample materials for participants to try out.
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Event Exhibitors

2Eskimos
Action Mats Ltd
Celsian Education
Commando Joe's
Cornerstones Education Ltd
CRB Cunninghams
Daydream Education
ECM Education
Education Mutual
ESP Play
eTeach
Every
GLS & Hope Education
Hive Manchester Ltd
Jigsaw PSHE Ltd
Jolt Media
LexiaUK Ltd
Matific
Mighty Writer
My Education Group
One Education
Oxford University Press
Pentagon Play
Rising Stars/RS Assessment from Hodder Education
Ryman Business
Sage UK
Schofield and Sims
School Tools
Streetscape Products & Services
Tempest Photography
The Oracy Hub
Twinkl
Uniplay
Voice 21
YHA
Yorkshire Purchasing Organisation
Youth Sport Trust
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