PROGRAM

monday 4 july

0800 Arrival

0900 Opening Address, Richard Nicholson

0915 Next Gen Panel

Bridge House Theatre,

Warwick Independent Schools Foundation, Myton Road, CV34 6PP

1000

CURRICULUM & LEARNING

Kirsty Von Malaisé - Beyond the formal curriculum

ARTS & CULTURE

Jacqui O'Hanlon - Why all schools should be arts rich

ENTRPRENEURSHIP & ENTERPRISE

Prof Simon Barnes -  Entrepreneurship education - an oerview

TECH & GAMING

Celia Fraser -Game, Tech, Match

BUSINESS & INDUSTRY

Chris White - The future of education: the future of work

CURRCULUM & LEARNING

Kirsty von Malaise

Beyond the formal curriculum

1045

Kim Wyatt and Dr Bo Kelestyn

Design Thinking: Teaching empathetic curiosity through  human-centered thinking

1130

Prof. John Wheals

Innovation in the Curriculum - Saving our species by better invention

ARTS & CULTURE

1000

Jacqui O'Hanlon MBE

Why all schools should be arts rich

1045

Dr. Lucy Gill-Simmen

What’s Your Verse? Drawing on the Arts to Develop Human Skills

1130

Crispin Woodhead

Notes from a Playground’ – how and why an international orchestra moved into a North London Comprehensive school

ENTREPRENEURSHIP & ENTERPRISE

1000

Prof. Simon Barnes

Entrepreurship Education -  an overview

1045

Prof. Séamus Higson

A Hitchhikers Guide to Enterprise; Planning and Serendipity

1130

Prof. Tina Kiefer

Leading Entrepreneurial organisations in a post-pandemic world: Challenges and opportunities

TECH & GAMING

1000

Celia Fraser

Game, Tech, Match

1045

Marianne Pickles

Ready Learnier One: how playing video games supports learning

1130

Neil Sheldon

Developing a data-rich curriculum for the digital age

 BUSINESS & INDUSTRY

1000

Prof. Chris White

The future of education: the future of work

1045

Jodh Dhesi

'Forward' with business and schools

1130

Will Fairbank

Learning Skills, creating opportunities

1200 Lunch

Venue TBC

1315

Dr. Phil Seal

Enriching the GCSE Years

1400

Neil Mercer

Speaking to the future

1315

Simon Toyne

1400

Matt Kidson

1315

1400

Srivaas Venkataramanan

Social Entrepreneurship case study: Warwick a Singing Town

1315

Richard Tawn

Fit for the games sector

1400

Prof. Rupert Wegerif

The Digital Education Future

1315

Peter Husband

Martin Dury

1400

1445 Panel Debates

All venues

Bridge House Theatre

1530  Fast Fwd with Speaker A

King's Hall

1530  Fast Fwd with Keith Ayling

Music Auditorium

1530  Fast Fwd with Jeremy Dibb

1600 

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Prof. A. C. Grayling CBE

What graduates need to know

1645

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Dave Coplin

The rise of the humans

Bridge House Theatre

1715                Day 1 Wrap up

Transport to Warwick Castle for a reception starting at 1800.

A 17 minute walk, minibus ride, or a short row downstream.

TUESday 5 july

0930 Welcome, and presentation of parent survey, Richard Nicholson

1000 Round table 1

1100 Round table 2

1200 Round table 3

1330 Lunch and closing remarks

Bridge House Theatre

Marquee

Headmaster's Garden