Learning Together

 A development programme for Leaders of Learning


15-17 May 2018 in Stirling, Scotland, UK



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Leading Change

Day one of the conference will focus on leading change.  It will look at how the role of district government is changing from employing staff and planning buildings to having a focus on leading improvement in the provision of education.

Leading Learning

The second Day of the conference will focus on Leading Learning - how do we as policy makers and administrators influence the quality of learning and teaching in the classroom?

Leading People

One of the changes highlighted on day one will be the need to engage with colleagues to create "leadership at all levels".  This section of the programme will focus on how we do that, introducing tools and methods that have been shown lead to long-term change.

More than a conference

This event is more than a conference - it is a leadership development programme designed for School Superintendents, Directors of Education and senior Ministry professionals who want to know how to influence learning and improve attainment through policy and strategy level at a national or district level.

Workshops and Tools

The programme is all about how to lead change, not from within one school, but at a District level.  The programme does not just consist of random lectures.  It includes tools and methodologies that have been used to improve educational outcomes across the world.

Breadth and Depth

The programme includes an in-depth study of how a successful system is developed and a look across systems and approaches from different jurisdictions.

David Cameron

David has led Children's Services, national programmes and countless education intervention programmes.  As well as being a gifted speaker, David is an outstanding facilitator who engages conference participants in examining - and improving - their practice. 




Malcolm Payton

Malcolm is a Director of Education ( /Schools Superintendent) who has developed School Leadership programmes that have been used in a dozen countries.  He has led national and international education programmes and advised Education Ministries in a number of countries.  






Frank Crawford

As HM Chief Inspector of Education. Frank led the development and implementation of the "Journey to Excellence" and many other initiatives.  He has developed a comprehensive set of tools to aid school improvement and leads educational change programmes across the world.







The Conference is set in the beautiful ground of Stirling University, with the
University lake and Wallace's Monument being just a short walk away.

The programme includes a number of cultural visits and events including
a visit to the Scottish Parliament and a Ceilidh (Scottish Dance).








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