Rebuilding Creativity and Ingenuity: Celebrating 900 years of learning...and looking forward to the next 900!
- 24th Apr 2018
- Assessment, Behaviours for Learning, Citizenship, Culture & Community, Curriculum, Leadership
- Early Years, Further Education, Higher Education, Primary, Pupil Referral Units, Secondary
- Leadership, Teaching & Learning, Curriculum, Children & Young People, Workforce, Community
We are pleased to welcome delegates to attend our fifth annual Festival of Learning by engaging, celebrating learning and teaching.
The Peterborough Learning Partnership invite all educationalists to connect, network and learn. The Festival of Learning is part our yearly programme to attract national and internationally regarded presenters.
The main focus for the Festival of Learning 2018 will be Rebuilding Creativity and Ingenuity
The day will include a mixture of workshops, inspiring keynotes and engaging breakout sessions which will enable delegates to explore new tech, solutions and futures thinking in the area of learning in and beyond schools.
Stephen Heppell - Keynote Speaker
We are delighted to welcome Stephen Heppell as our keynote speaker. Heppell is an English educator who specialises in the use of ICT in Education.
Felipe Segovia Chair in Learning Innovation at Universidad Camilo José Cela, Madrid.
Emeritus Chair in New Media Environments, Bournemouth University.
Emeritus Chair in New Learning Environments, Anglia Ruskin University.
We also welcome...leading keynotes and workshops...
Adrian Kidd, Trumpington College, Parkside Federation, Cambridge - How enhancing the learning environment and technology in our school has improved outcomes...
George Pearson, Pearson Publishing - Making the most of online learning for you, your staff and your learners...
- The ICT Service, Cambridgeshire - Technology to support SEND & TBC
8.30 am: Coffee, breakfast and networking
9.00 am: Professor Stephen Heppell; Auditorium
10.00 am: Workshop 1
10.45 am: Movment back to auditorium
10.55 am: Adrian Kidd, Parkside Federation, Auditorium
11.40 am: Coffee and comfort break
12.00 pm: Workshop 2
12.45 pm: Lunch
1.30 pm: The ICT Service, Auditorium
2.15 pm: George Pearson, Pearson Publishing, Auditorium
3.00 pm: Coffee, networking and close
Workshops chosen from the following. They will be repeated during Workshop 2:
Pearson Publishing Parkside Federation The ICT Service
Free places available to PLP member schools as part of the annual subscription
1 form entry PLP school: 5 free places
2 form entry PLP school: 10 free places
3 form entry PLP school: 15 free places
4 form entry PLP school: 20 free places
VNET schools: £100 per place
Non PLP members: £150 per place