bMobLe conference 10 March - Registration closes this Fri 4 March

This week is the last opportunity to register for the Curriculum Innovation team's 8th bMobLe conference "Aspiring to Succeed”. The event offers an opportuntity for primary school staff to engage with a range of technologies which can be implemented to improve attainment and raise aspirations.

Paul Scott, Tim Bleazard, Steve Dale and James Langley will deliver innovative breakout sessions alongside teachers, pupils and experts in technology.
If you haven’t attended before the day offers an excellent opportunity to see the positive impact the use of technology can have and how innovative practices can improve outcomes for pupils.
 
You will have the opportunity to listen to keynotes from Head teachers who will share their experiences of the successful use of technology in their schools, attend your choice of breakout sessions and visit a selection of invited exhibitors.

Details of the agenda can be viewed here and the choice of breakouts here.

Keynote speakers this year are Rachel Orr, Martin Bailey and John Devlin.  Rachel, known as ‘The Singing Head Teacher’, will be outlining how her school embraces technology to make an impact on learning.  Martin is an independent IT Consultant for Animate2Educate and will be explaining easy ways to succeed with technology in the primary classroom.  John is the Executive Headteacher at Our Lady of Victories and St Joseph’s Catholic Primary (Keighley) and will be sharing the adventures children in his two schools are having using the media of radio, TV and online journalism.

The conference is being held at the Life Centre, Bradford on Thursday 10 March and tickets are priced at £190.  To book your place please click here.

 


Information

Published: 29/02/2016
Audience: All Primary school staff
Contact: Sarah Hawkins

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