The Education Forum – new solutions, inspiration, learning and networking

The Education Forum returns in November as the essential event for education procurement professionals

The Education Forum takes place on 18 and 19 November at Whittlebury Park in Northamptonshire. As our guest, you will be able meet with suppliers to the sector, based on your requirements and upcoming projects. Meetings are pre-arranged and there’s no time wasted, no hard sell.

It is entirely FREE for education procurement professionals to attend, giving you a unique opportunity to:

Source new, innovative and budget-saving suppliers;

Learn from inspirational seminar sessions hosted by industry thought-leaders;

Network with like-minded senior education professionals;

Enjoy complimentary overnight accommodation, plus all meals and refreshments;

Attend a networking dinner.

The Education Forum’s seminar line-up is its strongest ever, with the opening address from Art of Being Brilliant performance coach Jonathon Peach providing an antidote to the crazy world that typifies modern Britain. This workshop will use cutting-edge research to explore how you can be you, brilliantly. The aim is to share some of the ‘secrets’ of Positive Psychology, focusing on learning new habits of thinking and behaviour that will sustain personal ‘brilliance’. It is about the ‘whole you’ and, as such, is applicable in and out of work.

Meanwhile, Claire Harvey, CEO at Diversity Role Models, will use her talk ‘Unleashing your superheroes’ to look at why the ever-changing world means that future generations need to be able to evolve; how do we create an environment that enables people to thrive?

And Craig Goldblatt, leadership speaker, coach and philanthropist, will explain why he believes that the development of our culture in business is key and that when we ensure our personal beliefs and values are strong, we see immense business growth.

When: 18–19 November 2019

Where: Whittlebury Park, Northamptonshire


You’ll be in good company too – confirmed delegates at the Education Forum include representatives from Abingdon and Witney College, Bath College, Birmingham City,

Cambridge Street School, Dawn House School, Dovecote Primary School, Empower Learning Academy Trust, Kensington Wade, Northgate School Arts College Academy Trust, St Albans Girls’ School, St John’s CE Primary, St Marys School, Stoke on Trent College, The City of Liverpool College, The City of London – School for Boys, The City of London – School for Girls, University of Derby, Whitley Academy School and many more.

To find out more about the Education Forum visit:

Buyers to the industry can register for free at:

Alternatively, contact Hayley Stratton on 01992 374073 or email:

If you’re a supplier to the sector, contact Haydn Boxall on: 01992 374 084/ to find out about the range of event
partner packages.