HTRT Primary South Conference: March 18th

The Headteachers’ Roundtable is looking to expand our activities over the next year to give greater emphasis to issues in the Primary sector.  We need more core members representing primary schools and we want to give more weight to our thinking on provision for 0-5s, KS1 and KS2.

To take this thinking forward, we’ll be holding a Primary South Conference on March 18th 10am – 2pm at Cranmer School in Mitcham, hosted by Ruth Whymark and other members of the Heads’ Roundtable.

(A similar Primary North event will hopefully follow later in the year.)

The Proposed Agenda is: 

a) Proposals for a Primary Baccalaureate

b) Our Manifesto Proposals:

  • POLICY PROPOSAL 4b: To Introduce Transition Standards Grants to incentivise innovation towards systematic primary-secondary progression
  • POLICY PROPOSAL 5a: To develop a National 0-5 Parent Support Strategy

c) Pre-election wishlist for Primary Schools – a broader discussion of issues specific to the sector.

Come and share thoughts, ideas and contribute to the national education debate.

Venue Details: Cranmer Primary School

Cranmer Road

Cranmer is 5 minute walk from Mitcham tram line (direct from Wimbledon) or 10 minute walk from Mitcham Junction station (direct from Victoria). Free parking available opposite the school on King George 6th Avenue

£10 nominal charge for refreshments and lunch on the day.

To register your interest, please complete the following form. We will contact you with further information in due course:


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