As a leading provider of market leading resource solutions and pioneering specialist support services, Synarbor are pleased to invite you to a free seminar led by the CEO of one of our key partners, The Academies Enterprise Trust.
As of September 2012, the AET will be the largest academy sponsor in the UK. In order to ensure that each academy becomes high performing as quickly as possible, the core principle of the AET is to devolve accountability nearest to the point of delivery: to the Boards of Governors of the academies, to leaders at every level, and to students and adults in the classrooms.
We are pleased to invite your school to attend an exclusive free seminar with David Triggs to discuss; academy conversion, school improvement and leadership capacity. The seminars are aimed at school leaders and it is anticipated that they will each last for approximately 2 hours. There will be plenty of time to ask questions and also to network with other like minded leaders.
Dates now booking*:
22nd Nov – Sunderland – morning
22nd Nov – Huddersfield – afternoon
7th Jan – Brighton – afternoon
17th Jan – Manchester
17th Jan – Sheffield
* Times to be confirmed depending on schedules
Tea and Coffee will be provided and the atmosphere will be kept informal to allow open discussion of your opinions. Places will be limited and booked on a first come first served basis.
For more information and to book you place please contact:
e. 0203 139 1000
Key Note Speaker: David Triggs
David Triggs is the Chief Executive Officer of the Academies Enterprise Trust (AET), he has thirty-seven years’ experience of working in education, was Principal of Greensward (College) Academy from 1994 until 2008 and following his intervention work he was accredited as one of the first National Leaders of Education in 2006.
Between 2005 and 2010 David lead the Executive Headteacher training programme and was involved in developing over 220 Executive Heads. Much of his work since 2000 has been as an Executive Headteacher supporting schools in challenging circumstances, working with 12 schools and academies where he has helped to build the capacity of leaders and governors, helped 7 schools or academies out of Special Measures and also worked with other schools to achieve the highest Ofsted judgments.
In 2007 Greensward Academy was invited to lead a national ‘pathfinder’ where an ‘Outstanding’ school and a challenging school could both become academies within a single trust and in September 2008 The Academies Enterprise Trust was launched.