20/20 Vision Conference 2019

Starting: September 21, 2019 | 9:15am - 3:00pm

Saturday, 21st September 2019

The Alban Teaching School Alliance is delighted to announce this year’s conference:

20 /20 Vision – ATSA Conference 2019

Key Notes:

Oli de Botton, Headteacher of School 21

A curriculum of the Head, Heart and Hand: How to Develop a Big Education

C J Simister

What does it mean to be Future Smart?



£55 per ticket or £250 for 5 tickets

Please make a booking for each delegate.  If you make 5 bookings we will adjust invoicing accordingly to honour our group discount.

If you do not have individual delegate details at the time of booking please book using details for a central contact however we will need delegate details confirmed prior to July 2019.

Programme of Events

09:15-09:45 Registration, workshop sign up, market place
09:55-10:05 Welcome by Claire Robins, OBE, Headteacher Sir John Lawes School
10:05-10:45 Keynote speaker –  Oli de Botton, Headteacher of School 21
10:45-11:15 Break, networking and market place
11:15-12:05 Workshop 1
12:05-13:00 Lunch, networking and market place
13:00-13:50 Workshop 2
13:50-14:50 Keynote speaker – C J Simister: What does it mean to be future Smart?
14:50-15:00 Close by Margaret Chapman, Headteacher St Albans Girls’ School

Headline Sponsors

Medical Mavericks                                          Netop Vision



We are delighted to offer over 30 workshops covering a wide spectrum of topics including:

  • Using IDOCEO to plan lessons and monitor students
  • Singing in the primary classroom: practical strategies for delivering singing sessions with confidence and creativity
  • Marvellous metacognition – putting the evidence into everyday practice
  • Mental Health and Suicide in Young People
  • Using Book Groups to encourage staff and parental engagement
  • Workload Reduction Commission
  • Science Learning Partnership
  • Apple Regional Training Centre
  • Going Paperless: using apps for efficiency
  • The importance of D&T throughout the curriculum
  • Vocabulary in the classroom: why vocabulary is so important, and how we can make our classrooms “word-rich”
  • Implications of the new OFSTED framework for Sixth Form Leaders
  • Metacognition activities in the primary classroom; children’s self reflection on learning
  • Teaching to Mastery in the foundation subjects (Primary)
  • Effective questioning in the primary classroom
  • Everything you ever wanted to know about Literacy, but were afraid to ask!
  • Curriculum : the three I’s and Ofsted 2019
  • Providing an inspiring, evidence informed, knowledge led curriculum for all
  • Chartered College of Teaching
  • Maternity Teacher Paternity Teacher Project
  • BlueSky Education

Detailed information will be published to booked delegates regarding workshops and their selection before the event.