March 2020 CAPH Conference

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Update Monday 16th March

Due to the current health situation and our concern for the welfare of your communities, the CAPH conference, which is scheduled to take place on Friday 20th March, is no longer going ahead.

We understand that your priority and focus at this present time is on the children and staff and keeping them safe.

We look forward to seeing you at the summer conference on 12th June.


Bounce Back to the Future!

Friday 20th March 2020

The Atlantic Hotel, Newquay

Join us on the International Day of Happiness for some inspiration for the future!

Key speakers:

  • Laura McInerney, education journalist, former teacher and co-founder of the amazing research tool Teacher Tapp
  • Tom Franklin, CEO, Young Citizens
  • Andy Cope, qualified teacher, best-selling author, happiness expert and recovering academic, Art of Brilliance

As always there are two free places available to CAPH member schools as part of your CAPH membership. Use the link below to book, any questions, please contact michelle@caph.org.uk. Registration will open at 8.30am, sessions start at 9.30am, the day will finish by 3.30pm at the latest. There will be a Marketplace open throughout the day with a range of educational suppliers exhibiting.

Conference sessions

Education Trends 2020: What’s coming now and next?

Laura McInerney

Do you struggle to stay on top of education news? Are you caught out by new policy ideas you’ve never heard of? In this talk, Laura uses her knowledge from frontline education reporting, and inside sources, to give an insight into what changes are afoot in schools over the next twelve months, and beyond.

You’re never too young to make a difference: how schools can help pupils develop life-long habits as active and responsible citizens

Tom Franklin, CEO, Young Citizens

  • The evidence on the impact that primary schools can have in developing caring and compassionate young citizens.
  • Examples from exemplar schools on teaching active citizenship.
  • Suggestions for next steps – and practical support tools/programmes that are available.

Bouncebackability

Andy Cope, Art of Brilliance

First of all, yes, ‘bouncebackability’ is a real word and, secondly, we think it’s a modern day superpower.

It won’t have escaped your attention that the world is going through one of its mad phases. And by ‘mad’ we don’t mean ‘a little bit squiffy’, it’s ‘full-on bonkers’. Change has always happened, but recently it’s got a whole lot faster and when life is rattling along at this speed, we need to be more psychologically resilient and adaptive than ever.

Whilst a lucky few seem hardwired to bounce back and grow in the face of full-on change, adversity and setbacks, it doesn’t come automatically to most of us. The brilliant news is that resilience is a learned behaviour. We can all cultivate personal skills and resources which help us not just cope better with stress and adversity, but embrace change and use challenges as opportunities to grow.

Cancellation - if you need to cancel places please email michelle@caph.org.uk before Friday 13th March. There will be a charge for very late cancellations and no-shows on the day, to cover costs.

T. 01726 212892 E. info@caph.org.uk