‘Education Leadership and Wellbeing’ – Sir Anthony Seldon

Free breakfast seminar with Sir Anthony Seldon

Wednesday 3rd July
8.00 – 8.30am Welcome & Breakfast
8.30 – 10.30am Seminar, Strategies and Q&A
Oxford International College,
Greenways, Ovingdean, Brighton BN2 7BA

Plenty of free onsite parking

Click here to book or email [email protected]

Join Sir Anthony Seldon FRSA, FRHistS FKC and fellow school and college leaders for a breakfast seminar on wellbeing and education leadership.

In this seminar you will hear Sir Anthony’s experiences in putting wellbeing at the heart of school communities. He will provide practical guidance in the form of tools and strategies to support you in prioritising mental and emotional wellbeing for yourself, your colleagues and students.

There will be time to share experiences, tools and strategies as well as hearing from our expert.

Sir Anthony hardly needs an introduction. Beyond his vast leadership experience in five schools – including over five years as Headmaster of Brighton College – and his role as Vice-Chancellor of Buckingham University, he is a world renown expert and advocate on wellbeing and happiness having a central role in education. He famously made wellbeing a central tenet of the curriculum at Wellington College and founded Action for Happiness. He was the obvious choice to take on the role of Head at Epsom College to steer the community through the trauma and healing following the murder of Emma Pattison.

We are delighted to be in partnership with Hays Education, hosting a series of free breakfast seminars, bringing together thought leaders and education leaders up and down the country to explore our most pressing education issues; and what the possibilities are with a longer-term vision for our Education system.     


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