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11-14 JANUARY 2012OLYMPIA, LONDONSPONSORED BYThe Education Leaders conference will be held alongside BETT on the 11-12 January at the Olympia Conference Centre, once again offering school and college leaders the opportunity to meet, learn from and enter discussions with leading fi gures from UK education and from education systems around the world.Conference tickets are FREE OF CHARGE but spaces are LIMITED, so apply for yourplace now at www.bettukleaders.com/register and enter the priority code: ELD2See the centre page pull-out for more informationon the conference programme and speakers...A free magazine for school leaders packed with insightful articles on the opportunities and challenges facing school and college leaders. Tim Oates, appointed by Michael Gove to lead the expert panel of the National Curriculum Review, asks whether increasing school autonomy is creating curriculum chaos or securing curriculum coherence. Heath Monk, Chief Executive of Future Leaders, asks what headship looks like today and challenges you to think about how others can be encouraged to take up the role. Jim Wynn of Promethean discusses how to keep learning relevant for 21st century pupils. BETT Leaders also features articles from headteachers on issues including smart ICT investment and challenges around funding and staffi ng.Register for free entry to the showat www.bettshow.com/registerEnter the priority code LEADERCONTENTS3 Update from Ray Barker, BESA4 Terry Freedman - why technology cannot be ignored6 Making learning relevant to the 21st century9 Learn Live: Leaders12 Opinion - Tim Oates14 Opinion - Heath Monk 17 Try before you buy at BETT21 Opinion - Elizabeth Inman23 Opinion - David Haw24 BETT 2012 ExhibitorsWelcome to BETT Leaders?PLATINUM SPONSORGOLD SPONSORS

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