Education Inquiry Conference – 18th January

Friday, 20 December 2013

Education Inquiry Conference

The Compass/NUT Education Inquiry has been working hard over the last 6 months to develop a new model of education. More than ever we need you to be a part of the conversation for developing this new model. So far the working groups, Inquiry Council have helped develop an interim report which this special one day conference will be dedicated to. (You can read more about the Inquiry here)  

In Coin Street Community centre 170 of us will meet to flesh out some tricky questions, explore the essence of our developing model and in participatory and creative ways we will debate and chat things through. To help with this we have Labour Shadow Education Spokesperson Tristram Hunt MP being interviewed by Dame Jane Roberts. followed by conference attendees. We really want to get a diverse range of voices involved and we are offering 25 free tickets for those who cannot afford the suggested donation, just email Rosie for more information and details below.

When: 18th of January 2014

Time: Registration: 9.30-10.00 Conference: 10.00- 16.00

Where: Coin Street Community Centre, Southbank (Map)

Speakers: Tristram Hunt MP, Dame Jane Roberts, Prof. Ken Spours- Inquiry Convenor, Christine Blower- NUT

Tickets: see here

Agenda:

9:30 Registration

10am: Welcome and introduction

10:15am:  My educated self:  Round table discussion and group work: We all look back on an era of our education (primary, secondary, college, further education etc) and ask the question ‘What would I tell myself then about what I have learned now about education?

10 minute break

11am: Interview with Tristram Hunt by Jane Roberts and questions from the floor

12 – Lunch

1pm: Open Space about what needs to be included in the Inquiry

2pm:  Five dimensions of change Break into the working groups and other groups formed to discuss tricky questions

10 minute break

3:15pm:  The Inquiry and beyond Jane facilitates a round table discussion with people to bring out main themes of the day and what this means for the Inquiry.

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