To secure one of the last remaining places at the first event at the Lancaster Hotel, Paddington, readers should visit website and sign up, quoting "Agent4Change" or "Naace member" to receive a discount of £60. Lunch and all refreshments are included and delegates staying until the end of the day will be entered into a prize draw.

With the inclusion of Russell (his closing talk: "Don’t send any more chalk") the event promises four of the best UK education presenters, capable of covering the whole gamut of school experience, from innovative classroom practice through to inspirational leadership and management.

The speakers will talk about what makes learning real for everyone, and how some great resources don’t have to cost the earth. They will also address opportunities to extend learning beyond the classroom in the context of a global education system, and how the impact of great ICT should be invisible.

One-to-one follow-ups with the speakers

“Entertainment is a key factor for the success of any event, and our delegates will be seeing four of the best engaging speakers on the education conference circuit,” commented Russell Prue. "Lunchtime will feature the unique concept of a speakers’ corner, providing easy access to all delegates for a personal one-to-one discussion with each speaker if they wish, making it easy to follow up on any of the points raised."

These events are finely tuned to inspire and motivate through their keynote speakers and they are accompanied by an exhibition and what Russell Prue describes as "a good-quality lunch experience". He adds, "If Russell was organising the perfect event, this is exactly what it would look like!"  Hmm... just as well he is!

More information:

Conference & Exhibition Programme
Lancaster London Hotel
Wednesday October 3, 2012

09.00-10.00  Registration and refreshments in exhibition area

10.00-10.45  Simon Cooper-Hind: "Make it Real – is what they get what they want?"

10.45-11.15  Refreshments in exhibition area    

11.15-12.00  Tim Rylands: "Out of this World. ICT to Inspire"

12.00-12.30  Pre-lunch drinks in the exhibition area        

12.30-13.15  Lunch in exhibition area    

13.15-14.00  Richard Gerver: "Google, Zee and Me – teaching for tomorrow!"

14.00-14.30  Refreshments in exhibition area

14.30-15.15  Russell Prue: "Don’t send any more chalk"

15.15 – 15.30  Closing remarks and prize draw in conference area

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