Voice: New Thinking, New Learning, New Practice Conference
Saturday, 3 November 2012
New Thinking, New Learning, New Practice Conference (Saturday 3 November 2012) Glasgow
Date: 3 November 2012
Location: Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow
Contact to confirm times
At a time of change and transition in Scottish education, this engaging conference is for all education professionals with an interest in the new approaches and practices.
The speakers and seminars in a packed and dynamic programme will include:
Dr Bill Maxwell, Chief Executive, Education Scotland;
Seminar session I (a choice of):
Pre-school/infants session: Alice Sharp of Experiential Play; or
A secondary-focused session: SQA.
Seminar session II (a choice of):
Alice Sharp of Experiential Play; or
‘Putting the fun back into the staff room’ with Colin McLeod of Tree of Knowledge; and
(supporting ‘emotional, social and spiritual health and wellbeing in children through songs’).
Free to members
The conference is free to all members of Voice and you can bring a friend for £30. If they join on the day, their annual subscription will be reduced by £30. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
We are expecting places will fill fast, so don’t delay! If you would like an application form please contact:
Viv Thornton on 01332 372 337, email email@example.com or complete the form below, including seminar choices and any special dietary requirements.
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