FEDNES Day 1 – Gavin Williamson Keynote Opening

FED’s National Education Summit held on the 1st – 4th March was opened by the current Secretary of State for Education, Gavin Williamson. In his opening speech (beginning at 12:05), he shares his hopes for the future of education, reflecting on the successes and failures of the past, notably recognising the teachers and students that […]

FEDNES – Carl Ward Opening Speech

Launching FEDs National Education Summit on March 1st, Carl Ward, Chair of the FED opens the week of conversations with the key focus of ‘Looking Back – Moving Forward’. In an inspiring account, Carl goes into detail about the need for a long term plan for education in England, why it is so important that […]

FEDNES Staffroom Sessions – Developing and supporting the teachers and leaders of tomorrow

A panel discussion on how we can develop and support the teachers and leaders of tomorrow with a long term plan. Professor Dame Alison Peacock chaired a discussion with Viv Grant, Barnaby Lenon CBE , Dan Morrow and Professor Sam Twiselton OBE. The ‘staffroom sessions’ were run by the Chartered College of Teaching and the Foundation for Education Development (FED) as part of the FED […]

FEDNES Staffroom Sessions with the College of Teaching – Schools leading: Area based models for school improvement

Case study presentations on area based partnerships for school improvement. Stephen Munday CBE talks to Stephen Betts, CEO of Learn Sheffield and Christine Gilbert CBE Chair of Camden Learning The ‘staffroom sessions’ were being run by the Chartered College of Teaching and the Foundation for Education Development (FED) as part of the FED National Education Summit. These sessions challenge us […]

FEDNES Staffroom Sessions with the College of Teaching – Trusting the profession: Grassroots movements for change

A discussion around the role of grassroots movements in shaping the future of the profession Professor Dame Alison Peacock in conversation with Amjad Ali of BAMEed, Vivienne Porritt of WomenEd and Rae Snape of #CambsEdFest The ‘staffroom sessions’ were run by the Chartered College of Teaching and the Foundation for Education Development (FED) as part of the National Education Summit. […]

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 […]