National Teachers' and Advisors' Conference 2024

Bringing Together Expertise

We are delighted to again be hosting our popular National Teachers’ and Advisors’ Conference on Monday 17 June 2024, 9am until 3.30pm.

This free event is an ideal opportunity for all education professionals, from newly qualified teachers to heads of subject and senior leaders, to upskill and bring some of the latest thinking in education into the classroom. We have brought together speakers from across the country and the education sector so that you can get the latest insights from industry experts and innovators, benefit from CPD sessions delivered by A Level subject specialists including teachers and AQA examiners, and build lasting national networks across the sector.

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Great Reasons to Attend

Create lasting networks with other education professionals

A Level CPD sessions with subject specialists

Build new skills for delivering the hardest parts of the curriculum

Hear the latest thinking in education from across the country

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Morning Sessions

Our morning sessions are an opportunity to hear from key voices from across the sector.

Time Session Speaker
9am Arrival and Refreshments  
9.15am Welcome Talk Professor Neal Juster, Vice Chancellor, University of Lincoln
9.30am UCAS Updates Ross Sanger, Digital Learning Developer, UCAS
Ross will be providing updates on apprenticeships, guidance on supporting students with personal statements, insights into the reference process, and more.
10.15am Coffee Break  
10.30am Artificial Intelligence in Education

Jonny Richardson, Head of Artificial Intelligence, Gecko
Jonny will be exploring how you can use AI to work more strategically to maximise your efficiency and spend more time with the students who need you most.

11.30am Student Finance Update Ahmar Ehsan, Funding Information Services Account Manager, Student Loans Company
Ahmar will be running through the latest student finance updates and news.
12pm Lunch and Networking  
1pm Afternoon Sessions Start  

Afternoon Sessions for Teachers

The afternoon has been dedicated to giving teachers an opportunity to hear from A Level subject specialists from across the country. Bringing invaluable insights from a range of education settings, these specialists will explore the latest thinking on subject delivery, shedding light on the areas of the curriculum which are the most challenging to deliver. 

Please indicate which session you would like attend when you book your place.

Afternoon Timetable for Teachers

Teacher Sessions

Time Subject Speaker
1pm-3.30pm Physics Ellie Caple, Leadership Advisor, Tudor Grange Trust
1pm-3.30pm Chemistry Christ Davies, AQA
1pm-3.30pm Biology Sue Madden, AQA
1pm-3.30pm Maths Elizabeth Bridgett, Trust Lead Teacher of Maths, Tudor Grange Academy Solihull
1pm-3.30pm Geography Rachel Mault, Head of Humanities, Outwood Academies
1pm-3.30pm History Louise Whilde, Associate Director of Humanities, Outwood Academies
1pm-3.30pm Business Neil James, AQA
1pm-3.30pm Art and Design Emily Bott, Curriculum Area Lead for Art, Nene Park Academy (Meridian Trust)
1pm-3.30pm Psychology Laura Shelley, Head of Humanities (Psychology Specialist), Lincoln Minster School (United Learning Trust)
1pm-3.30pm Sociology and the Future of Criminology Tom Genillard, Sociology and Criminology A Level Subject Advisor, OCR
1pm-3.30pm PE Ross Howitt, Educational Consultant, Physical Education
1pm-3.30pm English Literature To be confirmed

Afternoon Sessions for Advisors

This timetable of afternoon sessions has been designed with advisors in mind. Our list of speakers brings together professionals from a range of backgrounds who understand your role and can offer invaluable insight and guidance to help you.

Afternoon Timetable for Advisors

Advisor Sessions

Time Session Speaker
1pm-2pm UniTasterDays Talk John Cheek, Director,
2pm-3.30pm Expert Panel: Preparing the next Generation for Industry Through Higher Education Helen McCarron, University of Lincoln Careers Team; Joe Howe, Net-zero Humber Academic Cluster Lead, University of Lincoln; Jacqui Robinson, Careers and Employability Lead, Tudor Grange Academies; Jess Wells, Unifrog: and Angela Borman, Siemens Energy

Book Your Place

Once you have booked your place, we will be in touch with further details and updates.