Dr Rebecca Winthrop ‘In Conversation With’ Carl Ward

To help us think about what is needed to create a long-term vision and plan for education in England, Carl Ward (FED Chair), hosts a series of ‘In Conversation With’ videos with significant influential individuals to help move our thinking forward. This week we are delighted to present our latest instalment with the inspiring Dr […]

Alison Peacock ‘In Conversation With’ Carl Ward

FED’s Carl Ward is ‘in conversation with’ Professor Dame Alison Peacock. To help us think about what is needed to create a long-term vision and plan for education in England, Carl Ward (FED Chair), hosts a series of ‘In Conversation With’ videos with significant influential individuals to help move our thinking forward. This week we […]

Ndidi Okezie ‘In Conversation With’ Carl Ward

FED’s Carl Ward is ‘in conversation with’ Ndidi Okezie OBE. To help us think about what is needed to create a long-term vision and plan for education in England, Carl Ward (FED Chair), hosts a series of ‘In Conversation with’ videos with significant influential individuals to help move our thinking forward. This week we are […]

Sam Twiselton ‘In Conversation With’ Carl Ward

FED’s Carl Ward is ‘in conversation with’ Professor Sam Twiselton OBE. To help us think about what is needed to create a long-term vision and plan for education in England, Carl Ward (FED Chair), hosts a series of ‘In Conversation with’ videos with significant influential individuals to help move our thinking forward. This week we […]

Kirsty Donnelly MBE ‘In Conversation With’ Carl Ward

To help us think about what is needed to create a long-term vision and plan for education in England, Carl Ward (FED Chair), hosts a series of ‘In Conversation With’ videos with significant influential individuals to help move our thinking forward. This week we are delighted to present our latest instalment with the inspiring Kirstie […]

Carl Ward ‘in conversation with’ Michael Gove

Carl Ward ‘in conversation with’…… Michael Gove. Our most recent event to celebrate the anniversary of 150 years of state education saw 12 former secretaries of State come together to discuss the past successes of education, the unintended consequences of past policy and to envision what it is that still needs to be done. Michael […]