- (Chair) Tim Oates CBE, Group Director of Assessment Research and development, Cambridge Assessment
- Rowan Foster, Director of Research, IFF Research
- Jonathan Bland, Headteacher, The Stanway School *2017 SEND Award – Most Inclusive Practice Across a School*
- Sarah-Jane Jaggard, SENDCO, The Stanway School
Since the beginning of exam reforms in 2017, schools have been hit by a 17% rise in exam costs, student and teacher overall wellbeing has sunk to an all-time low and the introduction of the new T-Levels has recently entered the first stage of roll out.
Westminster Insight’s timely School Exam Reform Half-Day Forum
will feature contributions from trailblazing education providers, third sector organisations and governmental bodies on how to navigate the challenges presented by exam reform to deliver outstanding outcomes for students, support staff and student wellbeing and drive school performance.
Our Protecting Vulnerable Students session will feature The Stanway School (2017 SEND Award Winner for Most Inclusive Practice Across a School).
Headteacher Jonathan Bland will discuss how to overcome funding cuts to access arrangements and mitigate the impact of a narrowing curriculum to ensure the success of all students.
Attend this event to hear from DfE commissioned researchers on the current roll out of T Levels,
including what schools should be preparing for.
Learn from one of the highest performing education providers in the UK to understand how best to drive academic success at GCSE and A Level.
Gain insight from wellbeing experts and leading education practitioners on empowering students to self-regulate their mental health and wellbeing.
Network with education providers from across the UK to gain best practice on achieving outstanding lifelong outcomes for students.