The Special Interest Group for Special Needs will be holding its next meeting on the 11th June at 1:30 pm, at United Westminster Schools and the Grey Coat Hospital Foundation, The Pouchot Building, 57 Palace Street, London SW1E 5HJ, with guest speaker giving a talk on the impact of ‘Brain can do’ which looks at neuroscience and plasticity of the brain and what the impact could be if it was rolled out to many more schools. the Agenda can be downloaded here SIG SEND Agenda
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Master’s Seminar – Monday 10 June 2019. Panel on Careers In & With Maths. Held at Anglia Ruskin University, London, 6pm to 8pm. Confirmation to Seminar Secretary.
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Liveryman James Crabbe has had his lecture on Prison Education published by the Royal Society of Arts as a short article. Available here
The Worshipful Company of Educators is the 109th Livery Company to be granted this status by the City of London. It was founded in 2001 within the philanthropic tradition of the City of London livery companies. It provides a forum through meetings and social occasions to bring together members from all parts of the education world to discuss and exchange views on matters of topical interest. The Company also operates a charitable fund to support individuals and projects that develop the process of learning and its management, encouraging and rewarding those individuals through appropriate grants, awards and medals.
In pursuit of these aims, the Company is inclusive in its membership and activities, transcending the traditional boundaries between the different sectors, and particularly between academe and business insofar as the latter concerns itself with education, training, and development. It believes that it is unique in providing this cross-sector forum. Furthermore, “Education” is lifelong learning – from cradle to grave – a dynamic process needing investment of money, time, energy and enthusiasm.
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