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Cambridgeshire Festival of Education

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1st Jul 2017

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1st Jul 2017

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"We need an education system driven by hope not fear, a system that appreciates the humanness of human beings."                                                                                                                                             Yong Zhao

 

Cambridgshire Festival of Education is an inclusive celebration of educators & edcuation in Cambridgshire.

Who - for educators and enyone interested in education between 0-24 who are willing to share ideas and practice with others. The steering committee comprises members from The Kite TSA, CASSA TSA, Cambridgeshire Culture, Cambridgeshire School Improvement Board and Anglia Ruskin University

What - a series of events taking place over the course of a week in nurseries, schools, colleges, shopping centres, libraries, universities culminating in a Teach Meet style conference with key notes and workshops to facilitiate networking, partnershipa and active learning

When - Week commencing 30th June, culminating in Cambridgeshire Festival of Education Day on 1st July 2017

Where - Locations across Cambridgeshire and Anglia Ruskin University on 1st July 2017

Why - Cambridgeshire is one of the lower performing Local Authorities in the country.  To help change this situation is is key that we recruit, retain and support returning and new teachers to the profession as well as offer exciting an innovative learning opportunities to ensure that the highest calibre educatiors are working with our young people in our brilliant country and beyond.  In addition the educational landscape can seem a very political and polarising place at the moment.  We want to inspire hope, joy and optimism, create an exciting buzzabout learning and empower teachers to reclaim their profession.

We are looking for support and ideas from

  1. Speakers
  2. Sponsors
  3. Workshop Leaders
  4. Creatives
  5. Volunteers
  6. Participants

#FalmingosOfHope #OptimisticEd #CambsEdFest

Twitter: @OptimisticEd_

Posted by CAN network on 9th March 2017.