International festival of Learning

4 weeks to go until IFL!

Discount Code for SSuffolk Primary Headteachers’ Association members
Good afternoon,

I’m emailing you with details of the upcoming International Festival of Learning (IFL) which is taking place on Monday 16th April at West Suffolk College in Bury St Edmunds.

Already involved or registered? Great! Please scroll down this email to see how we could use your support.

Not heard about IFL? This is a one-day CPD accredited education festival which will see 100 experts and speakers gather to present on a variety of topical subjects. We have just over 1,000 delegates registered so far and there is still 7 weeks to go!

To register your ticket, please head to the IFL website (or click here) and use the coupon code spha to receive 25% discount off individual tickets (£60). Want to register more people? Please use largegroup30 to receive 30% discount on group bookings over 12 people.

Stunning line-up of thought leaders in education

IFL talks will be delivered via workshops, keynotes, panels, demos, TeachMeets and ‘lightning talks’ (think TED style talks!)

Speakers include:

  • Amanda Spielman – Chief Inspector, Ofsted
  • Ann Mroz – Editor & Digital Publishing Director, TES
  • David Whitebread – Founder & Former Director, PEDAL Research Centre
  • Professor Dame Alison Peacock – Chief Executive, Chartered College of Teaching
  • Craig Barton –  Maths Teacher, creator of mrbartonmaths.com & TES Maths Adviser
  • Geoff Barton – General Secretary, ASCL
  • Annie Clements – CEO, Autism and ADHD
  • Many, many more!

Please head to our website to view entire speaker line-up.

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