High Performance Learning has released the schedule for our first annual conference on Friday 4th October 2019. 
 
The event will see schools from across the world gather to showcase best practice from the fast-growing HPL community and will provide the opportunity to hear from Senior Leaders about why they adopted HPL. 
 
The conference at Hallam Conference Centre starts at 8:30 am and includes a keynote from Professor Deborah Eyre,  a student panel sharing their experiences, and an award ceremony for HPL World Class Schools
 
See the full programme below:
 
8.30     Registration
9.00     Formal opening of the conference
9.30     Keynote by Professor Deborah Eyre, Founder and Executive Chair, High Performance Learning
10.10   Coffee
10.35   HPL in the Classroom – Global Lead Teachers session: Dr Andy Flint, St Mary's, Cambridge and Kirsten Parker, St Lawrence College, Ramsgate, 'Developing ACPs and VAAs through HPL lesson activities'
11.35   HPL Student Voice panel: Chair, Melanie Saunders, with students from HPL primary and secondary schools
12.05   How to Implement HPL in your school, part 1: James Simpson, Sir William Borlase's Grammar School, Marlow: HPL and the Professional Learning Communities Approach. Doha College, Qatar 'Getting Started with HPL' and 'Developing HPL Teachers'
12.35   Lunch
13.35   How to Implement HPL in your school, part 2: Collaboration session
14.40   Coffee
15.00   Award ceremony for HPL World Class Schools
15.30   Founder’s Panel - Senior Leaders Question Time
16.30   Close
16.45   World Class Schools VIP reception: With entertainment provided by students from Arts Educational

Tickets are available now. Register for the conference, follow this link, or contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.Keep an eye on HPL social media for updates on speakers and exhibitors etc. 

 

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