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FEDNES Day 3 – Q&A Wes Streeting and Carl Ward

On Day 1 of FED’s National Education Summit FED Chair, Carl Ward, is joined by MP Wes Streeting in a Q&A around lifelong learning, with Wes focusing on being able to rewrite the story of educational disadvantage in the system by raising standards, narrowing the

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FEDNES Day 3 – ‘Building a culture of equity’

On Day 3 of FED’s National Education Summit, chaired by Dr Karen Edge and joined by Sam Butters, Joysy John and Joy Madeiros, the group discuss building a culture of equity in Education. Sharing their personal experiences, the group delve into their understanding of how

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FEDNES Day 1 – ‘Lessons from lockdown’

On Day 1 of FED’s National Education Summit, Lamide Odayne hosts a conversation with Dr Tony Breslin around his book titled ‘Lessons From Lockdown’ which was curated during the first lockdown. Lamide discusses with Tony on his choice to create a trilogy of books, which

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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

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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

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