Events

Facts always help reduce the venom of a dispute

This Guest Editorial is led by Richard Clarke. Richard is the Manager Director of Leverstock Limited, providing specialist telecommunication and IT solutions to the education sector. We are in an ever-changing world of technology, attitudes, compliance and parents that know best thanks to Google. The task for teachers and headteachers to remain in control of …

Where is our future society heading

What will our future child need (and want) to learn? When we came to the realisation that our purpose as an education body is to “prepare children for a world that doesn’t yet exist” –we were taken aback by the starkness of our own language. Still, this has been true for any generation of school …

The future is creativity

How do we help children access that part of their brain The technological revolution is changing our world faster than anyone in our society can really understand, and within this mass shift there are a few statistics that really should be getting more attention in our education system. 20% of the jobs that exist now …

Votes for Schools Event

Votes for Schools gives a platform to get students learning, debating, voting and expressing opinions on issues that really matter to the community. Their latest topic “Giving Young People a Voice in the Conversation about Knife Crime “ will not only give the opportunity to learn more about the dangers of gang affiliation and knife …

The Schools and Academies Show

The Education Space are delighted to be exhibiting at this Aprils event: The Schools and Academies Show are passionate about the education of children and young adults, and want to create a better future for the education sector. That’s why, since 2011, they have evolved their event to mirror the changes and advances that come …

School Business Professionals Conference

The Education Space are delighted to be exhibiting at this popular annual event organised by Mondale Events in conjunction with the School Business Professionals of the London Boroughs of Waltham Forest and Redbridge. The day promises to provide delegates with an interesting and varied schedule focussing on subjects of particular interest to all those involved …

Undiscovered Country Leadership Seminar

The day will be delivered by Roy Leighton, the  Creative Director from Undiscovered Country. Using the structure of Hamlet’s famous ‘To be, or not to be?’ soliloquy as a stimulus, Roy will investigate how to move from ‘knowing’ to ‘being’ in this unique leadership seminar. Blending practical skills & strategies from theatre, storytelling, visual and …

Subject Access Requests should we be scared?

The current data protection regime in Europe is the most rigorous in the world. Individuals have been granted greater control over their personal information than ever before. As expected, data subjects are now exercising their rights following awareness campaigns by the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO). Arguably, the greatest challenge for schools stems from the right …