BAMEed Conference 2018: programme released 2/6/18

THE CONFERENCE PROGRAMME HAS BEEN RELEASED!

'Habits of Highly Effective People. '

Saturday 2nd June 2018
The Olive Tree School, Bolton

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Programme: BAME Ed conference - The Habits of Highly Effective People
June 2nd 2018 

10:00 – 10:05  Welcome by headteacher, Olive Tree School 

 

Farhat Choudry 
10:05 – 10:30  Keynote 1 : Synergise 

 

Geoff Thompson MBE FRSA DL 
10:30 – 11:20 

 

8 workshops 

Be Proactive  Climbing roadblocks- Lessons from the NHS  Roger Kline, 

NHS England Director, Workforce Race, Equality Standard Research and Engagement 

Begin with the End in Mind  Affirmative Selection processes 

 

Katy Oates, Ambition School Leadership 

 

Put First Things First 

 

What's most important?  Issy Dhan, AAHT Essa Academy 
Think Win/Win  Using sport and artistic excellence  Geoff Thompson MBE FRSA DL,  

Youth charter & CoG at UEL 

Seek First to Understand, then be Understood  From John Blanke to Windrush: Visual Approaches to Exploring Diversity in Schools  Pen Mendonca, penmendonca.com 
Sharpen the Saw / Renewal 

 

Schools mental health  Pran Patel, Assistant Headteacher 
Find your Own Voice 

 and Helping Others Find Theirs 

The importance of mentorship  John Lynch & Beth Thomas-Hancock, 

BAME Education mentoring Programme 

11-25 – 11:40  The importance of BAME governance    Emma Harris, Governors for Schools 

 

11:40 – 12:30 

 

Panel  - Chaired by Penny Rabiger  'Best for the Job' is the only fair way  Roger Kline, John Lynch, Bukky Yusuf,  
12:30 – 1:00  Lunch 

 

   
1:00 – 1:15  LYFTA ed    Serdar Ferit, LYFTA 
1:15 –1:40  Keynote 2 

 

  Dr Wanda Wyporska, The Equality Trust 
1:40 – 2:30 

8 workshops 

Be Proactive  Can we change privilege and unconscious bias?  Neil Atkin, Institute of Education 

 

Begin with the End in Mind  Establishing yourself  Lulu Lincoln, Teachingmums.com 

 

Put First Things First  Maintaining moral leadership  Kate Bowen-Viner , LKMCo 

 

Think Win/Win  Building what you believe in  Abdul Chohan, Director Think Simple Ltd. 

 

Seek First to Understand, then be Understood  Engaging cultural competency 

 

Patricia Stapleton, Traveller Movement.org 
Sharpen the Saw / Renewal  Maintaining your wellbeing  Bukky Yusuf, Assistant Vice Principal 

 

 Find your Own Voice 

 and Helping Others Find Theirs 

How can we get the best for everyone  Farhat Raza, School Leadership and Equalities Unit 
2:30 – 2:55 

 

Keynote 3:Synergize 

 

 

Elaine White, Senior HMI  

 

3pm 

 

Next stage for BAMEed & thanks 

 

 

Brochure Stands:  Governors for Schools 

 

 

 

 

Sponsors

BAMEED

This is another FREE event, organised by @AllanaG13 @ASTsupportAAli @Abdulchohan & @Penny_Ten founders of @BAMEedNetwork , and is kindly sponsored by Leeds Beckett University.

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