Education Conference With Russell Hobby General Secretary of the (NAHT)

location for County Hall

When?

February 04, 2017 at 9:45am - 4pm

Where?

County Hall
Bank Road
Matlock DE4 3AG
United Kingdom
Google map and directions

 

STOP PRESS

Angela Rayner has sent her apologies as she will be on the campaign trail.

Lunch will be available to order at registration - £5 to include sandwich, cake and refreshments during the day.

 

"Whose Education is it?"

4th Feb 17

 

 

Russell Hobby (NAHT)

Russell Hobby General Secretary - NAHT

 

Rob Kelsall (NAHT) 

Rob has led the fight against forced acadamisation of state schools - he is a regional officer. Many people follow him on twitter. 

https://twitter.com/rob_kelsall

 

Louise Regan - Senior Vice President of the NUT

Louise Regan, Senior Vice President NUT - YouTube

 

ANN WESTERN LEADER OF DERBYSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL

Anne Western: Your council - Derbyshire County Council

 

 

 

 

AND LOCAL CAMPAIGNERS

 

County Hall Matlock  - 10.00  registration and coffee

 

Draft Agenda

 

What should Labour's Policy be?

 

How does testing help learning - is there a better way?

 

Taking back control - the role of locally elected people - is there a place for profits in Education? 

 

What should education look like in 2020?

 

12.00 - 12.50 Lunch - details to be confirmed - might be bring your own!

 

The day will include both the speakers and workshops 

 

 

 

 

PLEASE RSVP ON DERBYSHIRE DALES LABOUR WEB SITE TO ENABLE US TO MANAGE NUMBERS

 

 

 

 

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