Schools & Academies Show returns to London ExCel

In its first show of the new decade, the Schools & Academies Show returns with all its popular features and some brand-new additions

The Schools & Academies Show returns to the London ExCel next month, gearing up for what will be its first show of the new decade.

As the only show that’s strategically supported by the Department for Education (DfE) and the Education & Skills Funding Agency, the event will take place at a pivotal moment post-general election, giving visitors the chance to engage with respected speakers, meet with suppliers, and take away practical advice from policy-makers, education leaders and inspirational peers. Click here to view the event’s full list of speakers.

To keep visitors in-the-know of the sector’s latest happenings, the Schools & Academies Show will host eight agenda themed theatres, each specialising on key areas that are shaping education today. This year’s theatres include:

– Main Stage
– Schools Improvement Summit
– MAT Summit
– SEND Theatre
– Business & Finance Theatre
– Tech Theatre
– Wellbeing Demo Area
– Leader’s Town Hall

Each session will be hosted by a renowned industry speaker, touching on innovative research, case studies, tips and techniques. Brand-new for this year’s event, each session will conclude with three practical learning outcomes from the speaker or chair, giving visitors valuable ideas and lessons they can implement in their school.

This year, the Schools & Academies Show will feature more than 200 of the UK’s most influential education suppliers, creating a space where education institutions can source affordable solutions.

“The consensus from our visitors and exhibitors is that each year, the calibre of content and speakers coming out of the seminar theatres is outstanding,” said Chris Callaghan, event director of the Schools & Academies Show.

“We aim to provide the highest quality of content that provides schools leaders with vital updates and information that helps them to run their school and provide improved pupil outcomes.”

Registration for the Schools & Academies Show 2020 is free of charge for those who work in schools, MATs, charities and local and central government. Click here to register today and be the first to receive the latest insights, initiatives and guidance on the changes shaping the ever-evolving education sector.

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