Strategies for a 21st Century Roll-out
One Day Conference - Wednesday 10 March 2010
West Midlands B76 9PR.
Once again the Belfry in the West Midlands hosted a NATT+ conference. Those that attended 2009's residential conference "Mainstreaming not Erosion" were familiar with the Belfry's tranquil setting and comprehensive facilities.
This conference was an opportunity for NATT+ Members and interested parties to focus on and draw from, tried and tested examples of good practice nationally. The day included speakers, workshops and a question and answer session on Community Cohesion, 14-19 Agenda, Ofsted, Roma, GRTHM, DCSF strategies and Early Years.
The conference went exceptionally smoothly. Feedback was that the day was very useful – and enjoyable.
Minister of state for Schools and Learners Vernon Coaker MP wasn't able to attend but sent a DVD message.
Much credit and thanks for the smooth running of the event and for her hard work behind the scenes go to Maggs Harrison.
- Vernon Coaker – Member of Parliament – DVD Presentation
- Geoff Brown – DCSF
- Andrea Smith – DCSF
- Brian Foster - INTEC
- Natalie Stables – Salford
- Sue Green – Durham
- Adem Repesa – Derby
- Sue Gold - Leeds
- Team Manager from Buckinghamshire METAS
- Chris Tyler – National Strategies
- Arthur Ivatts – DCSF
With a 9.00am start some people attending the conference chose to stay the night before. A special rate was agreed.