Event

Engaging and doing business with educators

30 June 2021

This session will explore the practical realities of teaching and school management – what does it look like today and what it could look like in the future. We’ll ask the question ‘what is keeping teachers awake at night’ and what can industry partners do to support.

When

11am - 12pm

Where

This event will
be hosted as a
webinar
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Price

Free for Members / £50 for Non-Members

This session will explore the practical realities of teaching and school management – what does it look like today and what it could look like in the future. We’ll ask the question ‘what is keeping teachers awake at night’ and what can industry partners do to support.

 

 

The educational landscape is changing at a rapid pace. We only need to look back on this time last year to see how different it is. During these unprecedented times, businesses in the education sector need to be agile and find new and innovative ways to engage and do business with educators. 

 Join a panel of senior school and local authority leaders as we surface:

  • What is it like in schools today and what are schools planning for
  • Distancing, bubbles and the wider theme of compliance generally
  • What ‘good’ companies are doing that makes teachers want to speak to them (and what’s turning teachers off!)
  • What qualities are teachers looking for in companies
  • How will schools engage with companies going forward (what do schools want/need from them!)
  • How will companies communicate (mail, email, calls to the office, social media, teacher groups)
  • If you were CEO of an educational company (you decide!), what advice/mandates would you set your sales, marketing, professional development or operational teams.


Panellists include:

David Whyley,
Lead Education Technology Consultant

Tracy Pollard,
Headmistress at Abbey Gate College

David has a wealth of experience in the education sector as a former Primary Headteacher, leader of the BETT award-winning Wolverhampton City Learning Technologies Team and now CEO of his
own successful EdTech consultancy company. 
Tracey has worked in education for over 30 years. As well as being Headmistress at Abbey Gate College since 2013, she is a Governor at a Girls’ Independent School, a member of the Curriculum Committee for The Society of Heads, and an active member of The Women's Leaders Association.
 

Sally Lanni, Executive Leader

Sally has 20 years of leadership experience including two very successful headships. Working closely with school leaders and trusted partners, Sally has developed the leadership of EdTech at all levels to drive forward improvements.   

 

 

 

 



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