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The programme is subject to change. 

 

Day 1: 15th March 2021 | CROSS-PHASE

16.00 - 16.45

KEYNOTE (CROSS-PHASE): A digital strategy for education: moving beyond 'remote’!

Graham Feek, Deputy Chief Executive; and Stephen Sanderson, Chief Information Officer, Greenwood Academies Trust, Nottingham

16.45 - 17.00

Virtual exhibition & networking

17.00 - 17.30

CROSS-PHASE: Edtech leadership lessons

Bukky Yousif, Senior Leader, Edith Kay School, London

17.30 - 18.00

CROSS-PHASE: Looking back and moving forwards: creating your digital strategy post-Covid

Al Kingsley, Managing Director, NetSupport & Chair, Hampton Academies Trust & KWEST Academies Trust

18.00

Close of Day 1


 

 Day 2: 16th March 2021 | PRIMARY

16.00 - 16:45 

KEYNOTE (PRIMARY): Developing a digitally literate workforce

Osi EjioforEducation Technology Trainer and Thought Leader

16.45 - 17.00 

Virtual exhibition & networking

17.00 - 17.30 

PRIMARY: Effective remote learning approaches from across Tees Valley Education MAT

Joanna Coates, Year 6 Teacher & Science, Technology and Mathematics Leader, Pennyman Primary Academy, Middlesbrough; and Andrew Stogdale, Managing Director, Spark Tees Valley

17.30 - 18.00 

PRIMARY: From surviving to thriving: adapting edtech use during Covid-19

Chris Wilkins, Director of Primary Education, Cumbria Education Trust

18.00

Close of Day 2


 

 Day 3: 17th March 2021 | SECONDARY

16.00 - 16:45 

KEYNOTE (SECONDARY): Technology, schools and education in a world of Covid-19

Paul HaighHeadteacher, King Ecgbert School, Sheffield

16.45 - 17.00 

Virtual exhibition & networking

17.00 - 17.30 

SECONDARY: Remote Learning – the evidence and a case study

John Coats, Ed Tech Sheff; Director of School Improvement, Notre Dame High School, Sheffield & Director, Hallam Teaching School Alliance

17.30 - 18.00 

SECONDARY: Remote education: getting all students – and all staff – on board

Alex SmithDeputy Headteacher (Academic), King’s School, Gloucester

18.00

Close of Day 3


 

Day 4: 18th March 2021 | CROSS-PHASE

16.00 - 16.45

CROSS-PHASE: Remote learning: how to make a success of online pedagogies

Matt Bromley, Education Author & Advisor, Yorkshire

16.45 - 17.00

Virtual exhibition & networking

17.00 - 17.30

CROSS-PHASE: Improving teacher efficiencies through edtech

John Hayes, Head of Year 8 and IT Coordinator, Stanground Academy, Peterborough

17.30 - 18.00

CROSS-PHASE: Improving teacher efficiencies through edtech

Daniel Sobel, Founder and Lead Consultant, Inclusion Expert Limited; Bestselling Author & National and International Keynote Speaker; and Sara Alston, SEND and Safeguarding Trainer and Consultant & SEA Inclusion & Safeguarding

18.00

Close of conference

On-Demand Bonus

CROSS-PHASE: A digital future, learning and assessment

Bob Harrison, Former Teacher; Lecturer; Principal and Chief Examiner; Chair of Governors, Northern College; and Visiting Professor, University of Wolverhampton