UPDATE

Full schedule will be posted early in Spring 2019 but here are a few sessions we can confirm now.

This event has been fully booked for the past four years with over 200 delegates from all over the UK and abroad. Early bird booking discount in December 2018.

Starts at 9.35am. Breakfast, exhibition and registration form 8.30am. Finishes before 4.00pm

DEVELOPING HIGH ACHIEVING, EMOTIONALLY RESILIENT AND WORK-READY SIXTH FORMERS: PRACTICAL STRATEGIES

FRIDAY 21 JUNE 2019 - CENTRAL LONDON

Book your place to get up-to-date advice, lots of practical strategies and range of really useful resources we have commissioned for you to take away and re-use.

  1. RESILIENCE IS KEY TO ACADEMIC SUCCESS: HOW TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR THE RIGOUR OF POST 16
    1. Martin Griffin, author of A Level Mindset and former Head of Sixth Form
    2. Martin will select the key elements for the VESPA mindset which build resilience in sixth form students.
    3. The session will provide you a clear strategy to you support A Level students in tackling hard topics and questions to help themselves make more progress.
    4. Find out how you can introduce it in your sixth form.
  2. REVISION STRATEGIES: WHAT WORKS BEST AND IS WORTH TIME DEVELOPING
    1. Shanti Healy, pioneering Subject Leader in Bullers Wood School
    2. Shanti Healy will outline her research into effective revision strategies at post 16 level.
    3. The session will help guide tutors into spending time on the strategies that pay-off most to help sixth forms raise outcomes.
  3. CUTTING-EDGE EMPLOYABILITY: HOW TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR TOP CAREER ASSESSMENT CENTRES
    1. Katherine Bond, National School Engagement Manager, PwC
    2. Katherine will take delegates through a typical assessment centre programme so that sixth form leaders can experience what it is like.
    3. Delegates will be better prepared to share with students the demands and need for character to pass an assessment centre day as well as be a serious applicant at interview.
  4. HIGH IMPACT TUTORING: NEW IDEAS TO HELP TACKLE UNDER-PERFORMERS IN YEAR 13
    1. Michael Senior, CEO Netsixthform & Director of Sixth Form, Kingsbury High School
    2. Michael will share strategies to support underachieving Year 13 students.
    3. This session will help you focus more effectively on supporting Year 13s to make more progress which , in turn, will help the students achieve higher grades and your sixth form benefit from higher value-added.
    4. Michael will also share resources for tutors to use.
  5. TEENAGE MENTAL HEALTH: WHAT CAN WE LEARN FROM UNIVERSITIES?
    1. Mike Nicholson, Director of Undergraduate Admissions, University of Bath
    2. Mike will share strategies to support the mental health of undergraduate students.
    3. This session will help you gather ideas to implement in your own centre.
  6. 'MENTAL HEALTH AMBASSADORS': HOW CAN WE INVOLVE STUDENTS TO BENEFIT OTHERS AS WELL AS THEMSELVES?
    1. George Morton, Head of Sixth Form, Bluecoat School Reading
    2. George will provide a practical approach to supporting teenage mental health.
    3. This session will help you implement an achievable strategy to benefit your sixth formers in terms of supporting their own and others mental health.
  7. CREATING AN OUTSTANDING EMPLOYABILITY PROGRAMME IN YOUR SIXTH FORM
    1. Michael Senior, Director of Sixth Form
    2. Michael will outline some simple ideas to help sixth form leaders meet key Gatsby benchmarks.
    3. In particular, some useful ideas to run an employability skills day which is active, fun and will help students prepare for the world of assessments centres and interviews.
  8. ARE YOU IN CONTROL OF YOUR PHONE OR IS YOUR PHONE CONTROLLING YOU? READY-MADE MATERIAL
    1. Stephen Thomas, author and NetSixthForm Resources Editor
    2. This set of materials deals with risks to personal safety and privacy, about what is being posted, personal image and the need to be wary about data which is held about us.
    3. Stephen will also explore how digital media can shape our thinking and manipulate our choices as well as examine the dangers of obsessive use.
    4. The session will suggest strategies to share with sixth formers for using social media and the internet in a safe, self aware and critical fashion.
  9. DYNAMIC POST 16 LESSONS TO PREPARE FOR LINEAR EXAMINATIONS
    1. Susan Sharp, Redhill Academy Trust Director, Post 16
  10. POST 16 REWARDS SYSTEM TO IMPROVE ATTENDANCE, PUNCTUALITY AND ATTITUDE TO LEARNING
    1. Jonathan Duffy, Head of Sixth Form, Brakenhale School
  11. OFSTED & YOUR SIXTH FORM: PREPARING FOR THE NEW DEVELOPMENTS
    1. Speaker: TBC

From £249.00

Book & Pay Online £249Book & Pay By Invoice £269Exhibiters: Book OnlineAll prices exclude VAT

Date:
Friday 21 June 2019

Location:
Royal National Hotel, Euston, central London

Speakers

Martin Griffin, author of A Level Mindset

Jonathan Duffy, Head of Sixth Form, Brakenhale School

Katherine Bond, National School Engagement Manager, PwC

Shanti Healy, Subject Leader, Bullers Wood School

Susan Sharp, Redhill Academy Trust Director, Post 16

Michael Senior, Director of Sixth Form & CEO NetSixthForm

Stephen Thomas, author and HEI Consultant

George Morton, Head of Sixth Form, Reading Bluecoat School

Anna Morrison, CEO Amazing Apprenticeships


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