FEDNES DAY 3 – ‘Book Launch – Courageous Leadership, Diana Osagie’

On Day 3 of FED’s National Education Summit Book Lunch, Alastair Falk hosts a conversation with Diana Osagie around her book Courageous Leadership. In this passionate conversation, Diana talks about what drove her to writing the book about courageous and leadership and about what courage means to her. She emphases that she will always feel […]

FEDNES Day 3 – ‘Building back fairer’

On Day 3 of FED’s National Education Summit, Vanessa Ogden, Chair of the Fair Education Alliance, discusses ‘building back fairer’. In this session the Fair Education Alliance joint CEO’s Sam Butters and Gina Cicerone share the work of the FEA and their vision for a fairer education system, build through collective action. Through scaling impact […]

FEDNES Day 3 – ‘Including everyone – Building equity into your work’

On Day 3 of FED’s National Education Summit, Carl Ward discusses ’including everyone – building equity into your work’ with Dr Ann Bamford OBE, Susan Douglas and Nasreen Hussain. This thought-provoking conversation discusses how equity and inclusion need to be priorities in all future plans and how the term ‘disadvantage’ implies a deficit before we […]

FEDNES Day 4 – ‘Book launch – Playful Curiosity, Craig Fenton’

On Day 4 of FED’s National Education Summit, Lamide Odanye hosts the Book Lunch with Craig Fenton and Priya Makhani OBE. Craig talks about his three key points from his book ‘Playful Curiosity’: harness innate curiosity, learn through play/ experimentation with psychological safety to fail, and provide real work learning experiences. Priya discusses her recent […]

FEDNES Day 3 – ‘Sir Kevan Collins talks with Carl Ward, FED Chair’

On Day 3 of FED’s National Education Summit, Carl Ward discusses the challenges of Covid recovery with Sir Kevan Collins. Sir Kevan tells the Summit that his role is as ‘recovery commissioner’ and not ‘catch-up’. In this session he highlights how COVID-19 has revealed things about our education system, some good things, some amazing things, […]

FEDNES Day 3 – ‘A system based on trust?’

On Day 3 of FED’s National Education Summit, Ed Dorrell discusses ‘A system based on trust?’ with teaching union leaders Geoff Barton, Mary Bousted, Patrick Roach and Paul Whiteman. This timely and pertinent panel discussion with four Union General Secretaries from the education sector discuss the pressing issue of ‘a system based on trust’. The […]

FEDNES Day 4 – ‘The view after stepping outside the civil service’

On Day 4 of FED’s National Education Summit, a panel on ‘the view after stepping outside the civil service’ with Jonathan Slater, former permanent secretary at the DfE in an open discussion with Hardip Begot CBE, Sam Freedman, Sarah Lewis and Luke Tryl. In this very frank and provocative session, the panel reflect on their […]

FEDNES Day 4 – ‘The four pillars of a long-term plan’

On Day 4 of FED’s National Education Summit, the Rt Hon Robert Halfron MP, Chair of Education Select Committee, shares in his keynote the four pillars of a long-term plan. Hosted by Carl Ward. Robert begins by thanking teachers and support staff to keep our children learning during this challenging year before discussing a wide […]

FEDNES Day 3 – ‘Professor Fiona Forbes talks with Carl Ward, FED Chair’

This session gives a broad insight into the FED. Carl Ward discusses the catalyst for the creation of the FED, the work of the FED in its first year and future plans, the power and importance of the FED’s ‘neutral space’, the inclusion and discussion across multiple sectors and his hopes and aspirations that the […]