NASBTT's Annual Conference

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Tuesday, 28th November 2023
Wednesday, 29th November 2023

9.15a.m. – 3.45p.m.

Delivered online via Zoom across two days

Registered delegates will have on-demand access to all sessions allowing them to choose the sessions they wish to attend live or watch later at a time that suits them.

We have an exciting programme of keynote speakers, panel discussions, provider perspectives and Q&A sessions.

Conference Programme

Please note that we are continuing to add to our conference programme.

TimeSession TitleSpeaker/s
9.15a.m.Chair's Opening Address
Anna Richards, Chair of Trustees, NASBTT
9.30a.m.Executive Director's Opening AddressEmma Hollis, Executive Director, NASBTT
9.45a.m.Towards a long-term plan for educationCarl Ward, Chair, Foundation for Education Development
10.15a.m.Screen break
10.30a.m.The future for the ITT sector following the ITT Market ReviewStacy Singleton, ITT Reform Programme, Department for Education
11.00a.m.Ofsted - To 2024 and beyondHelen Matthews, Senior HMI for Teacher Development, Ofsted
11.30a.m.Ofsted Panel Discussion Kim Francis, NASBTT Trustee

Matthew Armstrong, Assistant SCITT Director Primary
and Nick Walmsley, Deputy Director of SCITT, Ripley

Rebecca Underhill, Head of Bluecoat SCITT and Trust Lead for Teaching Induction (SCITT & ECT)

Stephanie Rodgers, Deputy Headteacher (Previously Director of Astra SCITT)

Tracey Maloney, ITT Director, e-Qualitas
12.15p.m.Lunch/screen break
12.45p.m.Promoting mentor quality, protecting mentor wellbeing
Robert Caudwell, Co-Founder, Penrose Education
1.00p.m.Strategic recruiting of schools to work with ITT providersClaire Harnden, TSHC Council Member, Deputy CEO, South Farnham Educational Trust and NASBTT Trustee
1.30p.m.Screen break
1.45p.m.In Short Supply: Teacher Recruitment and Retention Policy in Post-Pandemic, Post-Market Review EnglandJack Worth, School Workforce Lead, National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER)
2.45p.m.Intensive Training and Practice Samantha Twiselton OBE - Emeritus Professor and DfE Associate
3.30p.m.Closing plenaryKim Francis, NASBTT Trustee

TimeSession TitleSpeaker/s
9.30a.m.Mentoring - Panel Discussion 'What Mentors need from their ITT providers and Inter-racial and inclusive mentoring'
Haili Hughes, Director of Education and Principal Lecturer, Iris Connect and The University of Sunderland

Raz Rahman, Director, SCITTELS

Keith Ford, SCITT Programme Manager, Somerset SCITT

Diane Swift, Chair of the Stoke and Staffordshire Teacher Education Collective

Yamina Bibi, Assistant Headteacher at Sarah Bonnell School
10.45a.m.Screen break
11.00a.m.Artificial Intelligence and the impact on the ITT sector Keynote + Panel DiscussionTony Parkin, Disruptive Nostalgist, Writer & Independent Educational Consultant

Ian Hunter, Founder and CEO, Lime Education Consulting

Duncan Brown, Principal Software Engineer, Department for Education

Louise Worgan, Curriculum Associate, Teacher Development Trust

Emma Hollis, Executive Director, NASBTT
12.15p.m.Screen break
12.45p.m.Models for developing effective partnership workingAmy Harper, Director of Teach SouthEast and Xavier Teaching School Hub

Sean Cavan, Education Consultant and Emeritus Fellow, Sheffield Institute of Education
12.45p.m.Programme Design through a SEND LensZoe Mather, Education Officer, nasen
12.45p.m.Flexible Working and the benefits to ITTJames Coleman, Head of Operations and Training, NASBTT

Maya Damour, Teacher Training and Recruitment Division, Department for Education

Tee Tran, Teacher Training and Recruitment Division, Department for Education
1.15p.m.Core Content Framework and Early Career Framework Review
Oliver Cooper, Developing Teachers and Leaders Division, Department for Education

Chris Armstrong-Stacey, Developing Teachers and Leaders Division, Department for Education
1.45p.m.What is Steplab and how does it support effective teacher training through instructional coaching?Claire Hill, Strategic Director, StepLab
2.00p.m.Screen break
2.15p.m.Keynote Address: Shadow Schools MinisterCatherine McKinnell, Labour MP for Newcastle upon Tyne North and Shadow Minister for Schools
2.45p.m.The Power of Being 10% Braver

Hear from Jaz on what she has instore for her keynote address
Jaz Ampaw Farr, CEO, Be Human First Ltd.
3.30p.m.Closing plenaryAnna Richards, Chair of Trustees, NASBTT

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