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Raising Standards. Conference Programme

Added: Mar 12, 2018 | Conferences

9.30am
Registration and refreshments.

10.00am
Open and Welcome by NATT+ Interim President – Natalie Stables.

10.05am
Lisa Smith – Global Leader for Young Children – World Forum Foundation and Compare for the day
Her Journey

10.25am
Siobhan Spencer MBE – The National Federation of Gypsy Liaison Groups
Roma Integration Strategy

10.50am
Andy Shallice – Roma Support Group
Exclusion report

11.15am
Paul Archer – Association of Circus Proprietors
Circus and Fairground children – Access to Education

11.35am
Comfort Break.

11.40am
Ola Wojnowska – Achievement and Disadvantage Unit – DfE
Race Disparity Audit and Gypsy, Roma and Traveller education outcomes

12.00 noon
Ermina Kesedzic- Assistant Headteacher St Edmunds School and Juraj Tancos Family Support Officer
Model of Inclusive approach when working with families and children from Eastern and central Europe

12.20pm
Lunch and networking opportunity.

1.35pm
Natalie Stables – President of NATT+.
NATT+ The Last Act
Saeeda – Russian Roma Dancer

1.55pm
Patricia Stapleton – Education and Partnership Manager and Christina Kerrigan Community Worker and Women’s advocate Traveller Movement.
Lessons to address bullying of GRT children in schools

2.15pm
Workshop/question and answer/sessions – 1
Lead by Siobhan Spencer, Paul Archer, Ermina Kesedzic and Juraj Tancos.

3.05pm
Comfort Break.

3.15pm
Workshop/question and answer session – 2
Lead by Patricia Stapleton and Tina McInerney, Andy Shallice, Laura Greason and Ola Wojnowska.

4.00pm
Plenary and close.

4.30pm
Networking and refreshments – safe journey home.

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