joan low RSC lisa mannall data james pembroke caph conference atlantic hotel
Spinning Plates and Juggling Jelly
Friday 15th June, The Atlantic Hotel Newquay
FREE for CAPH member schools (two places per school)
8.30am Registration, the Marketplace, tea & coffee
9.20am Welcome and Introductions from the CAPH Chair
9.30am Lisa Mannall, Regional Schools Commissioner, South West
10.30am Refreshments and the Marketplace
11.00am Sonja Selby, Independent Financial Consultant, Milsted Langdon
11.15 am Joan Low – Leadership in the 21st Century
12.45pm Lunch and the Marketplace
1.45pm James Pembroke – The Data Trap
2.45pm Closing remarks & Finish
Lisa Mannall - Prior to becoming Regional Schools Commissioner for the South-West (RSC SW), Lisa Mannall was Chief Executive Officer of the Learning Academy Trust, a multi-academy trust of 10 schools in Cornwall.
Before that, she was a headteacher at schools in Hertfordshire and Cornwall. She is a National Leader of Education and was an elected member of the South West Headteacher Board from September 2014 until her appointment as RSC SW.
Joan Low is a leader and a strategic thinker, with over three decades of teaching experience. She has considerable experience of working with leadership teams and schools to ‘close the performance gap’, analyse data and to build sustainable solutions. She has worked extensively with schools in Norfolk where she is a member of highly successful Norfolk Better to Best Team. She works with five different MATs across the Country in school improvement roles and has particular expertise in undertaking Pupil Premium reviews.
Joan will look at how to successfully navigate school leadership in the current climate and find creative solutions to the challenges faced. Joan will share real life practical examples of when things go right, and wrong, and how to stay focussed on improving outcomes for children and young people.
is a Data Analyst and Advisor with ten years’ experience, over 13,000 twitter followers -@jpembroke
and author of the blog ‘Ten things I hate about data
’. James will share his thoughts on how to make sure you are not spending time on bad data.