The first London Festival of Education will be held on Saturday November 17 at the Institute of Education in Bloomsbury.
A new event, it is designed to bring together everyone interested in the future of our schools and universities – whether they are teachers, academics, parents or students.
- Dozens of speakers including the education secretary Michael Gove, authors Anthony Horowitz and Michael Rosen, deputy mayor Munira Mirza, chief schools inspector Michael Wilshaw, and Kids Company founder Camila Batmanghelidjh
- At least 30 workshops including masterclasses from the National Theatre and from experts in behaviour management
- Debates on topics such as the future of exams and whether it is worth attending university.
- Performances from poets, bands, and a hula-hooping troupe, among others…
The Institute of Education is one of the founding partners. For more information please click here and to book please click here. Full day tickets £5 – £50.