NewEd Leaders 2021 – Success
On Saturday, 6th March, Emma Turner hosted the first of #NewEdLeaders. Building on her successful development and rollout of #NewEd which is aimed at early career teachers, Emma developed #NewEdLeaders as a way of providing access to some of the key voices in education for leaders early in their career or aspirant leaders.
The event was a livestream via StreamYard and was available for public viewing. So far it has been viewed by over 14k people.
The guest speakers on the day represented the entire education sector and included some of the most prominent and influential voices within education today.
The event is not for profit and all speakers donated their time for free, as did the co-hosts.
During the day, Paul Stone delivered a lunchtime Keynote on “Leadership for a rapidly changing and uncertain world” which was hugely popular and received exceptional feedback. Halil Tamgumus, Headteacher at Braunstone Primary School delivered an afternoon session on how the school moved to “Good” and which received some of the most touching and complimentary feedback of the event.
Due to Emma’s co-host being taken ill unexpectedly at the last minute, Halil also stepped in as co-host during the morning with no preparation or planning and did a truly brilliant job.
Adam Lapidge from the Trust ran the tech during the day and all the speakers commented on how slick the tech was and how brilliant Adam was backstage.
The recordings of the sessions have been downloaded and stored within the Trust and the recording will be available as a Livestream to view on the @NewEdEvents Twitter account for a short period time.
The next #NewEd event will be #NewEd3 which is aimed at early career teachers and will take place in June. Speaker line ups for this event are again exceptional and Emma has received over 100 applications to speak at the event from educators both nationally and internationally.
To view the saved livestream, go to the pinned tweet on @NewEDLeaders
Our thanks go to all of the NewEdLeaders Speakers
|Diana Osagie||Founder of the Academy of Women’s Leadership|
|Evelyn Forde MBE||TES Headteacher of the year|
|Jonny Uttley||CEO of TEAL trust and author of “putting staff first”|
|Mary Myatt||Inspector, consultant and triple bestselling education author|
|Richard Gerver||Triple bestselling author, international speaker, president of UKSLA|
|Lehka Sharma||Author of “Curriculum to Classroom”|
|Alison Kriel PhD||Strategic Lead, WomenEd, Education Consultant|
|Andrea Stephens||Headteacher, IOE, WomenEdWM|
|Paul Stone||Discovery Trust Lead|
|Neil Gilbride||ITT Lecturer, University of Gloucester, PHD adult ego development|
|Sonia Thompson||Headteacher, ResearchEd writer, School of the year, Research School|
|David Weston||CEO Teacher Development Trust, Chair Education.gov.uk CPD group|
|Tom Sherrington||4 times bestselling education author, consultant|
|Phil Naylor||Deputy Headteacher, ResearchEd, Founder of Naylor’s Natter podcast|
|Vivienne Porritt||Founder of @WomenEd, Vice Principal of Chartered college of teaching|
|Nic Ponsford||Founder – Global Equality Collective, EdTech Demonstrator|
|Nimish Lad||Vice Principal, Trust Research Lead|
|Halil Tamgumus||Headteacher Braunstone CP|
|Amjad Ali||Assistant Principal, founder of “Try this teaching”|
|Professor Sam Twiselton OBE||VP Chartered College of teaching, DfE, Director of SlOE|