Crista Hazell | @CristaHazell


A bit about me...

Middle leader for MFL, always looking for creative solutions to help students be the best that they can be. #knowyourstudents is the top priority! Thinks teaching is the best job in the world!

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Speaking about...

Assessment
Seeking out and identifying creative solutions to test knowledge, skills and understanding that aren't the usual exams allowing students to be creative, calm and quite possibly having fun!

Cathy Perry | @boogiebeatchelt


A bit about me...

I have been running Boogie Beat for 4 1/2 years. Providing Curriculum based Workshops and After School Clubs in schools around Glos. Sessions are active and fun, extending imagination through story telling and drama. Suitable for Keystage 1.


My website / blog

www.boogiebeat.co.uk

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Speaking about...

I will talk about my Curriculum based Active Music and Movement Workshops for Reception and Keystage 1. Also the After School Clubs.

Vickie Cannam | @Vicks_GlosCol


A bit about me...

I originally qualified as a primary teacher in 2009 before making the move to further education in 2014. I currently teach GCSE English at Gloucestershire College, whilst completing an MEd at the University of Gloucestershire. My research interest is colour blindness and I work closely with the organisation Colour Blind Awareness in raising awareness of this condition.

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Speaking about...

Colour blindness: The disability hiding in every classroom.
I will be sharing details about the condition and its prevalence, handy hints about how to help colour-blind students, and offering free CPD training to schools.

Victoria Honeybourne | @HoneybeeVic


A bit about me...

Vicky is a senior advisory teacher (SEN), trainer and author with a background in mainstream secondary teaching. She has written a number of books about SEN - 'Educating and supporting girls with Asperger's and autism', 'The Sky's the Limit: A mental wellbeing workbook for young people with SEN', 'The Speech, Language and Communication Pocketbook' and 'Your autism journey: A self-exploration workbook for young women on the autism spectrum'.​​


Speaking about...

I will be speaking on: 'Digital Natives: Do they learn differently and what is the impact in our classrooms?'

Julie Skinner | @TheHeadsOffice


A bit about me...

Julia is an education consultant who has developed a creative writing project which has the students across the world engaging in writing.  

Julia also supports senior leaders and governors  in schools to achieve the most effective ways of working together.
As an avid blogger, Julia runs the Association of Bristol Governors blog as well as The Head's Office.
Julia has spoken at many conferences both in the UK and internationally.
Her passion is to find and realise potential in young people and adults.


My website / blog

www.100wc.net


Speaking about...

100 Word Challenge

This free online project provides an opportunity for the creative writing of students under 16 to get a worldwide audience. Being only 100 words in length means it can appeal to all ranges of ability and fits into a busy classroom timetable.  

Pamela Moore | @chenmchopsticks


A bit about me...

Pamela used to be a secondary teacher. She now teaches oriental cookery full time with her company, ChenMoore Chopsticks, giving talks, demonstrations and live shows around the world.


Speaking about...

Time and money saving tips on how to cook and eat better, and healthier-- how oriental cookery and a rice cooker can change your life!

Shane  McLaughlin | @ShaneMcL22


A bit about me...

Shane McLaughlin is a former youth worker, teacher and Head of Geography. In Northern Ireland he
worked with a cross-community charity looking at post-conflict issues and reconciliation. Currently a project
coordinator at the British Council in London.


My website / blog

https://schoolsonline.britishcouncil.org/about-programmes/connecting-classrooms


Speaking about...

In the 21st Century, our students are faced with great social, economic and political uncertainties. While we may not be able to teach our students everything about the current changes, it is imperative that we provide them with the skills to tackle challenges and prosper in our globalised society. Find out ways you can address these issues through providing opportunities for students and teachers to connect globally from your UK classroom.

James Donaldson | @Mr_ALNCo


A bit about me...

I am the Additional Learning Needs Coordinator at Cardiff and Vale College, PCP trainer and lecturer, currently delivering on the PGCE course. Passionate about ALN/SEND and achieving better outcomes for learners. Follower of Rugby, Cycling, and keen homebrewer.


Speaking about...

Supporting learners' mental health and emotional wellbeing using entrance/exit tickets, apps and empowering staff to promote wellbeing across the curriculum.

Helen Holland


A bit about me...

I have been teaching ten years, the majority of which has been at The Cotswold School where I a head of Philosophy, Beliefs and Ethics and also SMSC. Through my SLE role I have started working more with primary schools and also secondaries at promoting good practice and sharing ideas and resources. This year I became qualified as a .b mindfulness teacher which we are delivering to all of year 9 and as an option for key stage 5.


Speaking about...

Hexagonal learning, consolidation of learning, making links and in built differentiation. This can be used in any subject or area.

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