HCS Teaching and Learning Conference

Saturday 29 June 2019, Embley Park (Romsey, Hants)

Teaching and Learning Conference

Behaviours for learning

Hampshire Collegiate School is hosting its annual Teaching and Learning Conference on 29 June 2019.

The conference will focus on ‘behaviours for learning’, with the theme of linking expertise in teaching and educational research to improving teaching and learning practice running across the event’s keynotes and workshops.

At Hampshire Collegiate School, we are passionate about using the best educational thinking and expertise to advance teaching practices and provide pupils with the best learning experience.

The aim of this conference is to share this knowledge beyond our school and to offer low-cost, high-value professional development to schools and teachers in both the maintained and the independent sectors.

We hope that you will consider attending what promises to be a not-to-be-missed event in the educational calendar of 2019.

Jarlath O’Brien

Jarlath O’Brien

Executive Headteacher

Eden Academy Trust

Andrew Foster

Andrew Foster

Head of Education

Tougher Minds

Dr Neelam Parmar

Dr Neelam Parmar

Director of E-Learning

Ashford School

Mike Buchanan

Mike Buchanan

Executive Director


More speakers to be announced soon

Event Schedule

1Arrival, registration and refreshments9:00 - 9:30Atherley Hall
2Welcome by the Headmaster9:30 - 9:40Atherley Hall
3Keynote9:40 - 10:20Atherley Hall
4Workshops - Strand A 10:25 - 11:10
5Break, networking and refreshments11:10 - 11:30Atherley Hall
6Panel debate11:35 - 12:20Atherley Hall
7Lunch12:20 - 13:30South Lawn
8Keynote13:35 - 14:15Atherley Hall
9Workshops - Strand B 14:20 - 15:05
10Workshops - Strand C (Choose one workshop)15:10 - 15:55
11Refreshments and departureFrom 16:00Atherley Hall

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Getting to us is easy

Free shuttles will run between the venue and Romsey Station, as well as Southampton Airport Parkway

Hampshire Collegiate School
Embley Park
SO51 6ZE

Are you ready to join us?

Low-cost, high-impact professional development