Professor Becky Allen is an influential education data expert and has been researching and writing about schools for 15 years. She previously chaired the DfE’s Teacher Workload Advisory Group and was Professor of Education at UCL Institution of Education until 2018. Becky is the Chief Analyst and a Co-Founder of Teacher Tapp.
Cognitive scientist and author, Guy is one of the UK’s foremost thinkers on creativity, learning and the brain in both business and education. Influencing educational theory and practice across the world, Guy draws on his ‘Building Learning Power’ approach to cultivate the general strengths and attitudes that people need to thrive in a tricky world.
John Hattie is an internationally acclaimed education researcher. He is recognised as a master at figuring out what helps students to learn. He has won awards for services to education. The author of 14 books and the director of the research institute at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education, Professor Hattie is an entertaining and enthusiastic speaker.
Sir Kevan Collins was the first Chief Executive of the Education Endowment Foundation and is an expert in evidence-based evaluations of the policies and practices that work and don’t work. He was knighted in 2015 for services to education.
Laura has extensive experience of primary education including over 10 years as a Headteacher. She is at the forefront of the latest national changes in KS1 and is currently an independent trainer and coach. She has worked successfully with schools to improve teaching, develop effective approaches to CPD and improve outcomes for learners.
Mark Burns is co-author of the best selling book ‘Engaging Learners’. He has a proven track record of improving teaching in both primary and secondary schools nationwide. Mark’s training combines his insatiable enthusiasm, humour and thought-provoking style with innovative, practical tools for teachers and school leaders.
Robert is recognised nationally as an inspirational thinker and speaker and is the author of numerous books, his latest title being “Feedback and Marking. He worked as a consultant to the SSAT on teaching and learning and has led numerous headteacher conferences.”
Thomas is Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Kentucky and author/editor of 25 award-winning books. In his work with educators throughout the world, he helps bring clarity and resolution to some of educations most challenging problems especially assessment and grading.