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Islington Arts and Media School was delighted to welcome former Secretary of State for Education, and House of Lords Life Peer, Baroness Estelle Morris as guest speaker at our eagerly anticipated Trustees’ Inaugural Education Lecture 2014, which took place on Thursday 27 February.
Speaking on the topic ‘Imagining the Future – What next for education policy? What next for schools?’ the lecture was the first in a series of educational lectures hosted by the trustees of Islington Arts and Media School. 150 guests from across the education sector, including policy makers and head teachers attended and enjoyed the opportunity to interact and share best practice in an open discussion at the end.
Feedback on the event, photos and highlights of the Lecture will be on the website next week.
“We are delighted to welcome leading local and national educationalists to IAMS, for this unique opportunity to hear from one of the country’s leading educational commentators at our inaugural education lecture.” Jill Barton, Chair of Trustees, Islington Arts and Media School
“Islington Arts and Media School are committed to developing and sharing best and next practice in education. The lecture provides us with a great opportunity to remain at the forefront of educational debate, in partnership with other schools locally.” Diana Osagie, Head teacher Islington Arts and Media School
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