Education Leaders Training & Networking Events

“The education leaders network meetings are invaluable and represent some of the best CPD out there in my opinion”.
Mike Marie, Deputy Head, Bromsgrove School

Leaders in Education – Northbridge House School, London


JMC is proud to announce our first training and networking day for school leaders in London and the South East. Our Director, John Medlicott is now the Network Leader for the ISP London and Anglian networks.

This event is a networking and CPD opportunity for middle and senior leaders in education in London. The workshops focus on the research evidence of what constitutes great teaching and delivering a sustainable impact on pupil outcomes over time.

The day is led by  John Medlicott, with support from Lisa Ashes, Author of  ‘Teacher in the cupboard’ and Jonathan Taylor, Collegiate Head of Northbridge House Schools.

Cost £35

To book follow this link to the ISP website

Full lunch and refreshments also provided.

INSET Agenda

Refreshments and welcome from Jonathan Taylor, Collegiate Head, Northbridge House Schools

Session 1 – What is great teaching?

The research that every senior leader should know about
Putting research and evidence into outstanding practice
The greatest (and smallest) influences on pupil attainment and what this means for school leaders
Top teaching pedagogies to improve pupil progress

Session 2 – NeXworking Innovation Hub


Session 3 – Using cognitive science to improve memory and learning strategies

Session 4 – How to have a sustainable impact on pupil outcomes over time

Leading the children to learn
Extending the cultural capital of your staff
Putting pedagogical conversations at the heart of your school

Session 5 – Reflections and discussion, chaired by John Medlicott


Session 6 – Keynote: Adventures in learning: A curriculum that inspires

On Tuesday 18 June 2019 at 10:30am

North Bridge House Senior Canonbury
6-9 Canonbury Place, Islington, London, N1 2NQ

To book follow this link to the ISP website

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