Headteacher Summit

19 June 2020 - London

QUALITY – A Framework for Assessing Quality Education

A deep dive into the methodology of the Quality Inspection Framework

The aim is to provide a quality education for all young people in UK schools. There are many different views about what a quality education might include and this event will summarise and open discussion about that. Are there any common threads for a quality learning environment? How is this measured and evidenced? What are the opportunities and the obstacles?

Ofsted has agreed to participate with keynote speakers to include Sir Anthony Seldon and other world class thinkers from University of Oxford.

Professor Thomas Greggs

Professor Thomas Greggs

University of Aberdeen
Quality Education and Wisdom
Why wisdom is more significant than knowledge

Dr Christopher O’Neill

Dr Christopher O’Neill

University of Oxford
The Psychology of Outstanding Achievement
What a Quality Education Can Deliver

Dr Andrew Pinsent

Dr Andrew Pinsent

University of Oxford
An Education for all Seasons
Truth and The Intellectual Virtues

Mike Grenier

Mike Grenier

Eton College
Quality by Design
How to use a collaborative approach to make your school the very best it can be

Mark Smith

Mark Smith

King’s College Taunton
The Hungry Caterpillar. Discussion

Key areas for discussion will be:

  • What is Quality? What might a quality education look like?
  • Lesson visits not lesson observations – what’s the difference?
  • Validity and reliability of work scrutiny
  • Classroom and behaviour management
  • Curriculum implementation
  • Interviews with staff and students

Packages

Digital package £125
Resources only. Includes notes and digital resources.

Standard package £235
Attend the event, contribute to the debate and receive hard copy notes.

Premium package £350
Attend the event, bring a colleague free of charge, receive notes & digital resources