Just £90 per person, per meeting.
“I used to be a headteacher of a special school, wrote several books on visual teaching strategies and was a trainer in schools and colleges for nearly a decade. After an inspired visit to the 2008 Berlin VizThink conference, I invented the HOW2s — visual step-by-step guides to teaching techniques. Now, I design and illustrate books, produce poster summaries of educational ideas, create visual branding, visualise CPD packages, and make the occasional presentation in the UK and Europe.”
Thursday 18 June 2020
Facilitator: Oliver Caviglioli
*NEW* Venue: Derby Conference Centre, London Road, Alvaston, Derby DE24 8UX
Time: 8:30am – 11:45am (tea and coffee served from 8am)
Cost: £90 per person
Clive Davies has vast experience in primary education spanning 40 years, having inspected over 200 schools and serving as a headteacher, Ofsted inspector, Local Authority adviser, trainer and consultant. During his headship years, his school gained a National Curriculum award and was featured in the Times Educational Supplement, one of three schools recognised for their quality practice.
Awarded an OBE for Services to Education in 2009, he is one of the founding directors of Focus Education, set up over 20 years ago. He still works with schools on an advisory basis, and is a highly sought after keynote speaker at conferences both nationally and internationally. He is also the author of over 60 publications including the bestselling ‘Raising Standards by Setting Targets’ which over half of the primary schools in England bought.
Sarah delivers training and support to schools working closely with leadership teams, and teachers to raise the quality of their practice and the outcomes for children. Her training covers a range of areas including leadership, teaching, curriculum, assessment and early years.
In the past Sarah has worked as a managing inspector for Ofsted and for CfBT Inspection Services as the Central Senior Managing Inspector. She has recently developed assessment and tracking, curriculum and teaching systems for early years settings from birth to five. She has also authored articles for Early Years Educator and Nursery World.
Sarah can be found as a keynote speaker at various conferences across the country and has taken her knowledge across to Asia, helping to develop training in local settings.