What does excellent primary teaching look like?

13Mar2020
15 Norham Gardens, OX2 6PY

From 2:00pm until 5:00pm

At Seminar Room A, Department of Education

We are inviting teachers, heads and researchers from primary and secondary phases to the event 'What does excellent primary teaching look like?', in which experts from the university and leaders in schools exchange their experiences on researching about or running outstanding primary schools, and how a whole-school approach can make a difference.

Keynote speakers include -
Cassie Buchanan, Headteacher of Charles Dickens Primary School, Southwark
"How to maintain and sustain an outstanding primary school - why children's well-being matters and how to develop a whole-school approach."

Professors Iram Siraj and Pam Sammons, Department of Education, University of Oxford
“Teaching in effective primary schools: research into pedagogy and children’s learning”

Panel Discussion
Professor Mary Wild, Cassie Buchanan, Brenda Taggart, Professor Kathy Sylva

The event will finish with a drinks reception. 

Details here

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