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School Leader Conference

Join us for our first conference ‘Exploring how to keep people at the heart of school leadership’ 

Date: 24th June 2022

Location: Ramside Hall in Durham.

Our inspirational guest speakers are:

  • Prof Steve Munby: Author of ‘Imperfect Leadership’ 
  • Prof Mick Waters: Author of ‘Improving on previous best’
  • Anthony Bennett ‘Miracle Man’
  • Haili Hughes: Author of ‘Humans in the Classroom’
  • Katherine Cowell – Regional Schools Commissioner for the North

Please complete the form below to book your place.  If you require more than one place, please complete a separate form for each person. 

If you have any questions then please contact tshinfo@nllt.co.uk or call us on 0191 9336771


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By completing this booking form, I understand that payment of £100 will be required upon receipt of invoice if booked before the 20th May 2022 or £120 if booked after the 21st May 2022.
I understand that tickets are non refundable unless the whole event is cancelled and guest speakers may change at short notice.

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