HTRT Conference: January 26th 2015. Pre-Election Special.

We are holding our next gathering at Highbury Grove School on Monday 26th January 10am -3pm

With only a few months until the General Election we will be discussing the key priorities for policy and debating the relative merits of the parties’ emerging election pledges.

Our Education Manifesto, launched last May – a year ahead of the election – has given us a platform to engage in numerous debates with policy makers and practitioners and we will be revisiting our proposals as part of the event.

If you would like to attend the event to contribute to our discussion, please submit your details in the form below:

The school is easily accessible by public transport but parking is extremely limited.

http://www.highburygrove.islington.sch.uk/contact/

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3 thoughts on “HTRT Conference: January 26th 2015. Pre-Election Special.

  1. […] I would argue that the grading system should be changed, but, this is for the discussions at the next @headsroundtable conference (details can be found here https://headteachersroundtable.wordpress.com/2014/12/09/htrt-conference-january-26th-2015-pre-electi… […]

  2. Mark Hewlett January 20, 2015 at 8:56 pm Reply

    Thank you for the notice of this meeting which I would have been delighted to attend, especially if it helps increase HTRT’s pressure on both political parties to adopt a curriculum that more seriously addresses our national needs: to develop in young people the knowledge, positive attitudes and skills to contribute as effectively as possible to the future of our country in regard to its economic efficiency, social responsibility and cultural creativity for the benefit f the individual student ad the collective benefit of our country: essential basic purposes omitting from Government policy which notably lacks any basic statement of purpose, Yours sincerely, Mark Hewlett

  3. Mark Hewlett January 21, 2015 at 4:40 pm Reply

    Thank you for invitation. Very sorry can’t make it. Look forward to report of meeting. Keep up the good work and put pressure on Government and Labour/LibDems to institute the broad balanced curriculum relevant to students of all abilities Minor point, visited web-site and saw ref to my reply, but couldn’t access Very best wishes Mark Hewlett

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