On Friday, 14th June 2019, Emma Hollis will be a Session Chair for The Importance of Nurturing Early Career Teachers  at the first Hallam Festival of Education. Confirmed speakers in this session include: Stephen Munday (Chartered College of Teaching), Paul Haigh ( King Ecgberts School), Russell Hobby (Teach First) and Debra Kidd ( Author and Consultant).

Sheffield Hallam University hosts its first ever Festival of Education for education professionals working from 0-19.

Festivalgoers will engage in meaningful debate about the exciting, challenging and impactful things happening in education for the good of all young people in the region – and the talented and inspiring people who teach and work with them. This will build on our major social mobility partnership, South Yorkshire Futures, which is committed to improving education and raising aspiration.

And like any good festival, you can decide what interests you from the line-up. From national headliner to fringe event, the Festival will suit all tastes through thought-provoking discussions, round-tables, workshops, panels, performances and many other opportunitiesfor you to get involved.

For further information visit https://www.hallamedfest.org.uk/

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