Doncaster Research School Launch by Partners in Learning

14:00–17:00 on 13 October 2017

This exciting event will provide an opportunity to find out more about the new Research School; an opportunity to listen to national speakers; the chance to register to be the first to hear about opportunities to engage in action research; a chance to register for Research School newsletters and much more.

Speakers include:

Kate Josephs – National Operations Director for the Academies Regional Delivery Group in DfE

Kate Josephs is the Director of National Operations for the Academies Regional Delivery Group in the Department for Education. Prior to joining the Department last year, Kate was Executive Director of the White House Performance Improvement Council, working across US Government Agencies – on priorities from veterans’ affairs to STEM education – with a mission to advance and expand the practice of performance analytics and improvement. Kate’s career as a senior leader in the UK civil service also includes three years as Deputy Director in the Prime Minister’s Delivery Unit, where she worked to improve performance on priorities across a broad range of Government departments from 2007-2010.  Kate grew up in Doncaster and attended local primary and secondary schools before studying at Oxford University and the London School of Economics.

Alex Quigley – Huntington Research School

Alex Quigley is an English teacher at Huntington School in York. He is the Director of Huntington Research School, an EEF/IEE Research School, as well as being a Developer to support Research Schools nationally. Alex was member of the DfE Teachers’ Professional Development Expert group. He is a regular writer for TES and Teach Secondary magazines and he the author of books for teachers, including ‘The Confident Teacher’ and the upcoming ‘Closing the Vocabulary Gap’.

Professor Jonathan Sharples – Education Endowment Foundation

Professor Sharples is a Senior Researcher at the Education Endowment Foundation, where he is exploring schools’ use of research evidence.  Jonathan works with schools and policy makers across the sector to promote evidence-informed practice, and spread knowledge of ‘what works’ in teaching and learning. He writes evidence-based guidance for schools and works with practitioners to scale-up effective practices. Jonathan previously worked at The Institute for the Future of the Mind at the University of Oxford.

Where: Hungerhill School, Doncaster

Cost: £20 per person

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Posted on 12 September 2017
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