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EdExec Live 1st July
The 5th annual EdExec Live event will be taking place this coming Wednesday, 1st July at a new venue: 30 Euston Square, London. Designed specifically for school business management, this full, fast-paced day will be packed with seminars, clinics and talks offering tangible, relevant information and inspiration to assist delegates in running their schools more effectively. There will also be plenty of breaks in which to network and meet with the carefully selected supplier partners on the exhibition floor, including Matt from the Learning Escape.
The big debate, led by four leading SBM authorities, will explore dynamic management approaches, professional standards and the importance of future proofing the SBM role in an increasingly pressurised education sector. Attendees will also be able to choose between a rich range of seminars, covering a number of topics such as strategic spending and saving; financing and funding; continuous professional development and ICT.
When you have a moment, pop along to say hello to Matt who will be more than happy to show you how a Learning Escape eco-classroom can provide an inspirational teaching and learning environment, at an affordable price, to help you manage the growing numbers of pupils coming your way!
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