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Come and say hello at the SSAT National Conference
It’s been a busy few weeks for our exhibition man, Matt, and he’s not breaking up for Christmas next week as he’s off to Manchester Central for the SSAT National Conference, which will take place on 4th and 5th December. We are particularly excited by this year’s theme which is dedicated to exploring how educators can effect a shift in focus and deliver a personalised, future-oriented education for every individual student.
The SSAT believes passionately in the need for today’s students to acquire the skills, knowledge and mind-sets that will allow them to thrive in a future that nobody can fully predict. It is also fully aware that in a global market with a constantly changing socio-economic landscape and rapidly emerging technologies, the pressure on teachers to deliver has never been so intense. The organisation is dedicated to helping teachers to inquire, to be inspired and inspirational, and to innovate.
We, at the Learning Escape, believe passionately in our classrooms, which provide an inspirational learning environment for teachers and students alike. The connection with the outdoors provided by our light filled buildings, together with our unmistakable eco-credentials, serve to stimulate both learning capacity and an interest in environmental citizenship.
So after you have networked, work shopped and listened to the impressive line-up of speakers, why not come and say hello to Matt and take a look at how a Learning Escape can help you prepare your pupils for a bright, sustainable future.
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