Piecing it all together

Virtual Conference 

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Many schools and thought leaders from across the globe came together to share their insights and experience. Their presentations covered topics such as structuring the school day, making use of free resources, involving parents and giving students a network in times of isolation.

 

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Get access to all the presentations from the Frog20 conference - select a presenter from the list below to view their video content...

Sophie is the founder of The Edtech Podcast. Her previous role was as Head of Content at Bett, the world’s largest education technology event.
Find out who will be the featured guests on the Frog20 Discussion - chaired by Sophie Bailey.
Bukky supports the development of educators at all levels and promotes projects that help colleagues to maintain their well-being.
Mark's mission has always been to impact positively on the futures of children which has led to him leaving the classroom to pursue that aim on a larger scale.
Education is a world of very special people but you will meet few as extra special as Nina ‘Ninja’ Jackson.
Simon is an experienced international school leader. He has worked across four continents and has led three outstanding British international schools.
Nick is Headteacher of Greenshaw High School in Sutton, a large mixed comprehensive in a highly selective outer London borough.
Kate is Deputy Headteacher with the Education and Leadership Trust, a co-operative academy trust in Manchester, UK.
Andrea will be providing insight on the “50 Things to do Before You’re Five” initiative that has been popular with local authorities nationwide.
Find out who will be the featured school guests at the Frog20 Virtual Conference.

BLENDED LEARNING
How to Better Engage with Parents


VENUE: VIRTUAL EVENT

DATE: 10TH NOVEMBER 2020

START: 9am
 

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GUEST SPEAKERS

We are pleased to welcome the following speakers at Frog20 - click on a profile picture to learn more...

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Bukky Yusuf

LEADERSHIP MATTERS

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Simon O'Grady

HIGH PERFORMANCE LEARNING

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Sophie Bailey

The Edtech Podcast

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Mark Anderson

ICT EVANGELIST

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Nina Jackson

INDEPENDENT THINKING

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Nick House

GREENSHAW HIGH SCHOOL

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Kate Wragg

EDUCATION LEADERSHIP TRUST

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SCHOOL PRESENTATIONS

Engaging real-world experiences from a wide range of schools...

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Finton House School

Presented by
Katie Cousins

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River Tees MAT

Presented by
Matt Holley

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Gosforth Academy

Presented by
Adrian Tate

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Greenshaw High School

Presented by
Nick House

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Whalley Range High School

Presented by
Kate Wragg

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Oak House School

Presented by
Nicki Taylor

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The Winston Churchill School

Presented by
John Parsons

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British School of Paris

Presented by
Keith Pearey

EXHBITORS 

To further enrich the day we have carefully selected some providers that may be of interest...

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50 Things to Do Before You’re Five was developed with families to produce a fun resource that offers a wide range of experiences that builds skills and language and supports brain development in young children. 

Schools and Early Year’s settings can use the resources to create a programme of activities. The resources have been created in consultation with the community, parents, children, health and social care practitioners. Each suggested activity will lead to an affordable experience which will promote talk. Examples of the ‘50 Things’ include: blowing bubbles, mini beasts and bug hunting or experiencing a live event with ‘See it Live!’ The activities offer memorable, enjoyable experiences and are designed to instigate vibrant talk.