It is coming back… after the success of ResearchEd York at Huntington School back in 2013, we are delighted to welcome ResearchEd back on Saturday the 9th of July, 2016. We are developing an exciting line up already and the tickets will no doubt prove hot property!
Our keynote speaker this year is Baroness Estelle Morris. Famous as a former Secretary of State for Education, Estelle Morris has continued her strong involvement in supporting education, and in her role as Chair of the Executive group at the Institute for Effective Education, she has long been passionate about supporting teachers to be evidence informed.
We have a wide range of excellent speakers, including Tom Bennett, John Tomsett, Stuart Kime, Professor Jeremy Hodgen, Lisa Pettifer, Alex Quigley, Jonathan Haslem, Caroline Creaby, Steve Oaks, Ben White, Ffion Eaton, Leon Walker, NFER, the Education Endowment Foundation, the Super Network from the University of Cambridge, a range of research-leads looking to share their good work in schools, and many more speakers to be confirmed imminently. We will announce exciting new speakers very soon.
Pick up you ticket here for a mere £17 – here: TICKETS
Forget those images of a sodden York mired in floods – you will have summer sunshine and strawberries and cream, with a day packed with excellent speakers and more.
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Ahhh! I’d love to be there. Gonna keep an eye on this and see what I can do. Mick Waters said (extract from the Politics in Education eCourse I’m currently running): “When Estelle Morris, the much loved Estelle Morris, talked about the illiteracy and innumeracy strategies being a way for central government to get to 23,000 outlets, she gave the clue about how central government was now clawing responsibility and decision making for itself.” Would love to hear her speak! Thanks for the post Alex.