Residential places will be limited. Click the link to book a place.
Cost: £370 to BEST Trust members otherwise £670 for full 3 day residential place
Target Group: Headteachers and school leaders, all phases
Wednesday 4th March: Tom Bennett, behaviour advisor to the Department of Education.
Good behaviour is fundamental to every outcome we value in education: academic outcomes, social skills, employability, citizenship, creativity, critical thinking, and more. Teachers and leaders can make a huge difference by creating fantastic cultures in their rooms and schools where learning, civility, and community are valued – Tom Bennett.
Full educational exhibition available for viewing from 10.30 a.m
Lunch provided at 12 noon.
Thursday 5th March:– Jim Roberson: former American football player and author of The Discipline Coach.
Jim has many years’ experience working with some of the country’s most vulnerable and demanding young people. It’s not what others do for you, it’s what you do for yourself. Jim currently an Assistant Head on the south coast, is a powerhouse of ideas and insights designed to help young people help themselves. Delivering in his incredible, inimitable style Jim has no trouble totally enrapturing audiences.
Time will be given on Thursday for networking and sharing experiences from Ofsted etc.
Friday 8th March: Mark Burns, The Learning Imperative
Over the last ten years, Mark Burns has developed a proven track record in improving teaching and leadership in education. He’s co-authored two best-selling books in this field. The latest book, The Learning Imperative was released in October 2018
Conference opens at 10.30 a.m Wednesday 5th March and closes with lunch on Friday 7th March.
Partners invited for DBB on Thursday to Friday. For further information please contact BEST office. Rooms may be reserved for Friday evening at a preferential rate for delegates wishing to stay on after the conference.
|Start||10.30am Wednesday 4th March 2020|
|Finish||2.00pm Friday 6th March 2020|
|Location||Lakeside Hotel, Newby Bridge, Cumbria|