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Bookings are now open for the next Cambridge Schools Conference which takes place in Cambridge, UK, in September.
The conference, hosted by The Perse School, will allow delegates such as teachers and school leaders to share their knowledge and experiences, and discuss common challenges.
The theme of this year’s conference is ‘Evaluating impact: how effective is our school and classroom practice’ and there will be keynote speeches and presentations from international experts as well as workshops and break-out discussions covering a range of topic exploring this theme.
The conference will look at how schools can evaluate their effectiveness, how teachers can decide what works best for their students, the role school leaders can play in evaluating impact, the impact activities outside the classroom have on learning, and examples of best practice.
Delegates will also be able to consider how to create an evidence-based approach to improvement involving the whole school, the impact of different teaching methods, and other initiatives that can bring about positive changes in schools.
The Conference will also provide updates on our latest initiatives as well an insight into what happens behind the scenes at Cambridge International.
There will be pre-conference workshops on 12-13 September 2019, with the conference itself taking place on 14-15 September 2019.
Early bird discounts (£348) are available now until 30 June, with standard registration (£435) available from 1 July to 1 September.
To book your place, visit the Cambridge Schools Conference page.