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CONFERENCE SPEAKERSSteve Munby 1Chief Executive - National CollegeMartin Doel 2Chief Executive - National Association of CollegesHeath Monk 3Chief Executive Offi cer - Future LeadersFrank NorrisDivisional Manager: Education - OfstedChristine BlowerGeneral Secretary - National Union of TeachersRussell HobbyGeneral Secretary -National Association of HeadteachersMary Bousted 4General Secretary -Association of Teachers and LecturersBrian Lightman 5General Secretary -Association of Schools and College LeadersCaroline McDonaldCabinet Member for Children's Services -London Borough of SouthwarkPaddy BradleyDirector of Schools and Learning -Swindon Borough CouncilIan BuddDirector of Lifelong Learning -Flintshire County CouncilDale BassettResearch Director - ReformDr. Tony BreslinChair - Human Scale EducationFergal RocheManaging Director - The KeyMark ChaterDirector of Programmes and Education -Citizenship FoundationGareth Medd 6Director of Inclusion -Heaton Children's Services, BradfordAnastasia de WaalDeputy Director - Civitas Richard Everett 7ICT Offi cer, Strategic Development,School Improvement & Early Years -Essex County CouncilSheyne LucockGeneral Inspector (IT), Children's Services -London Borough of Barking and Dagenham???????For the full list of conference speakers visit www.bettukleaders.comREGISTER TO ATTENDCONFERENCE SPONSORSEducation Leaders @ BETT is free to attend but spacesare limited, so apply for your place now and enter the priority code: ELD2 . Head teachers/principals. Senior DfE offi cials. Local authorities' heads of children's services. Local authorities' executive councillors for children's services & education portfolio holders. Leaders of Academy and Free School sponsors/stakeholders and schools' trusts. Senior offi cials of teachers' and head teachers' trades unions. Senior representatives of teachers' associations and organisations. Leading representatives from associations of parents and governors. Leading academics from universities' departments of education'. Leaders of non-departmental public bodies. Parliamentarians with a special interest in education and technology. Leading education sector analysts and commentators. Leading researchers from policy institutes/think tanksBecause the capacity of the venue is limited we are only able to guarantee places to delegates with the following job roles:Frogtrade - Platinum SponsorFrog, more than just a learning platform.Frog's unique approach delivers whole school improvement. Frog raises standards in schools by allowing them to save time and money, improve behaviour and increase engagement amongst students, teachers and parents. Frog is the market's most advanced learning platform; inspiring school leaders to use technology that creates ownership through creativity.Smart TechnologiesGold SponsorSMART Technologies is a leading provider of collaboration solutions that transform the way the world works and learns. As the global leader in interactive whiteboards, SMART brings more than two decades of collaboration research and development to a broad range of easy-to-use, integrated solutions.Cambridge AssessmentGold SponsorCambridge Assessment is the University's international exams group, comprising three exam boards - OCR, University of Cambridge International Examinations and University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations - and the largest educational research capability of its kind. We are a not-for-profi t organisation. We play a leading role in researching, developing and delivering educational assessment to eight million candidates in 160 countries every year.

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