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SSAT Achievement Show – 26th June

by anonymous | Jun 20, 2014 | Blog, Education

The SSAT Achievement Show 2014 will be taking place next Thursday 26th June at Twickenham Stadium and The Learning Escape are excited by the prospect of getting the chance to meet those attending. We know that the SSAT is one of the most enlightening educational bodies and the hub of the biggest and most active network of heads and teachers in the UK.

The show offers a unique opportunity to hear about best and next practice from schools right across the country. With eleven zones and over a hundred education practitioners and leaders presenting, the programme offers something for everyone.

The fundamental premise of SSAT, is that teachers make students’ lives and that, in today’s fast-moving and complex world, education matters more than ever if Britain is to compete effectively in a global market that is constantly and rapidly changing. The pressure on teachers to deliver has never been more intense and SSAT is committed to helping them carry out their vital role better, more confidently and more professionally than ever before.

Matt is really looking forward to being amongst the exhibitors at Twickenham next week as he knows how the event inspires its delegates. When you have a quiet moment, go and say hello and take a look at how our eco-classrooms can help spread the inspiration to your staff and students alike.

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