How can schools harness the power of technology to enable better, safer and sustainable learning?

The Technology in Education Summit, supported by NAACE and Childnet, returns to provide management teams and teachers with expert advice on how to make cost-effective infrastructure investments, improve skills and create 21st century classrooms.  

Attracting around 150 attendees from schools, central government and local authorities, the September 2014 Summit represents an excellent networking opportunity, as well as a chance to learn from leading policymakers and practitioners.

This summit is free to attend for all delegates from schools, charities and the public sector – please go to to register.

Confirmed Speakers

  • Mark Chambers, Chief Executive, NAACE
  • Will Gardner, CEO, Childnet International
  • Joanne Corrigan, Head Teacher, Eastlands Primary School

Why attend?

Delegates at the Technology in Education Summit will benefit from practical tips on tackling the following issues:

  • Identifying user needs: where should schools target spending?
  • Private sector partnerships: how can schools derive more value from relationships with suppliers?
  • Best practice: how are teachers using technology to inspire and inform pupils?
  • ‘Real world’ learning: how can technology help schools prepare pupils for work?
  • Inspections: what value should be attributed to online learning?
  • Achievement: how can schools use technology to measure performance?
  • E-safety: ensuring technology is utilised appropriately
  • Cyber bullying: what provisions should schools make for SEN pupils?
  • Child sexual exploitation: what preventative action are schools taking?


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The Technology in Education Summit takes place on September 25th 2014 in London, venue TBC.