Each year, our events bring together expert trainers, teachers and school leaders from around the world to take part in engaging, fun, relevant sessions focused on improving learning and peer collaboration. Throughout your three day journey, your will enhance your knowledge through courses and workshops that are specifically designed to give you relevant and practical ideas to take back to your school, no matter where you are on your learning journey.
Accommodation is available at The Lensbury and must be booked directly with the hotel. We have negotiated a discounted group rate of £84/night + VAT, which includes breakfast.
These rooms will be released on 28 June 2016 - please be sure to book early! To confirm your room:
1. Email Ryan (email@example.com) AND Sally (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your request.
2. Quote "F8139" in your email to ensure you receive our group rate.
The Lensbury is within easy reach of central London, Heathrow Airport, and Richmond. Set in 25 acres of beautiful landscaped grounds on the banks of the River Thames, the 4-star hotel boasts unrivalled indoor and outdoor leisure facilities, state of the art health club, award-winning spa and a high-tech conference centre.View travel information
Preet is an integral part of the IMYC Learning Team. She is responsible for introducing and developing the IMYC across the UK and Europe and supports the IMYC schools community globally by working, sharing and collaborating with them. Preet has been involved with the IMYC since the planning and development of the curriculum began.
Preet joined Fieldwork in 2009 and was involved in the growth and development of the Looking for Learning Toolkit and has helped school leaders to improve schools by improving student learning. Preet has over 10 years’ experience of working with school leaders across the primary and secondary school sectors providing support, advice, guidance and training on curriculum resources, assessment tools and IT solutions.
Preet is passionate about improving learning and believes the IMYC will support schools and student’s to embrace and love learning.
Isabel leads the IMYC for Fieldwork Education, also taking responsibility for development, improvement and curriculum updates. She is an experienced teacher and trainer and was a secondary mathematics teacher and school leader for many years before joining Fieldwork in 2008. Isabel is passionate about learning and is particularly interested in how the latest research on 'learning and the brain' can be utilised to improve student learning in every classroom.
Isabel has worked with many schools, consulting with leaders, training teachers and speaking at many conferences, including International School Conferences like ECIS and ELSA.
Jane is head of self-review and accreditation for IPC. Jane has worked in international education in Brunei, Dubai, Oman, the Netherlands and Russia for over 25 years and has been an associate consultant with Fieldwork since 2007, leading Summer School courses and providing consultancy and professional development training to schools in the UK and abroad.
She has been involved with the IPC since its very beginning as she was working in one of the first Shell schools to pilot the IPC, and was working at the International School of the Hague when it became the first school to be accredited at Mastering level. Jane holds two Masters Degrees, one in teaching English to speakers of other languages and a second one in Educational Management, with her thesis on accreditation and curriculum.
Sarah is Head of the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) at Fieldwork Education, where she has been supporting, training and developing IPC schools around the world over four years. During this time she has taken part in a number of accreditation and pre-accreditation visits, working in a team of heads and external advisors to ensure high standards of implementation at schools working at a developing and mastering level of the IPC.
Before this role, Sarah worked as an IPC leader and practitioner herself, helping to manage the implementation of the IPC at a school in the North West of England. In her teaching career, she worked with children from Reception to Year 6, taking on the roles of Special Needs Co-ordinator, Literacy leader and member of the Senior Management Team.
Sarah is particularly passionate about the IPC's clear focus on improving learning, and believes it is vital that educators are enthused about learning in order to equip their children with the knowledge, skills and understanding they will need for their future in a rapidly changing world.
Katie has more than 20 years experience in the field of education and has been involved with the International Primary Curriculum since its very first days. Initially as a classroom teacher in a large international school she had the experience of piloting and reviewing some of the very first units of work. Subsequently she moved to implement the IPC in Sakhalin, Russia where she was responsible for developing the curriculum across the school as the Leader for Learning.
Katie has worked for Fieldwork Education for the last 7 years and has been involved in supporting schools in the UK and Internationally. She was responsible for opening the first regional office in SE Asia and worked closely with schools across the region to support their curriculum development and delivery. Katie has been involved in leading professional learning days and delivering courses at regional conferences and summer schools. Katie is currently UK based and is the Schools Learning Consultant for the London North region.
Katie is a member of the Fieldwork Accreditation team and has been involved in several accreditation visits and also delivered workshop sessions to schools based around the self review.
Katie is passionate about improving children’s learning and believes the IPC provides children with essential lifelong learning skills. Her own classroom background and extensive work in schools has allowed her to directly experience this.
An international educator with extensive experience in curriculum design and development, Helen began her career as a nursery and reception teacher.
She was a Headteacher in the UK before working with government agencies in England and Australia where she helped review and develop national curriculum. In 2012 she joined the International Baccalaureate as Head of Programme Development for the IB’s Primary Years Programme.
Settling back the UK, she now works as a curriculum adviser, helping schools around the world develop the kind of curriculum that sparks the imagination and brings learning to life. Helen is thrilled to be involved in the launch of the International Early Years Curriculum (IEYC) and looks forward to following its successful implementation in schools.
Member Rate = £995 + VAT
Registration fees include:
4-day ILMP Middle Leader course
Access to keynote and plenary events at the Festival of Learning where appropriate
Evening social / networking event on Thursday 28th July
Lunches & refreshments throughout the conference
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Cancellation Policy: If you are no longer able to attend the event please advise us in writing no later than 14 July 2016 to receive a full refund. After 14 July 2016 no refunds will be processed, however you are welcome to transfer your registration to a colleague. If you require a visa to enter the UK please keep these dates in mind when planning your travel.