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mE+ Conference 2023

Maths , GCSE , Functional Skills , ESOL , English
mE+ Conference 2023

Provided by a collaboration of lead maths and English practitioners from across the North East, the mE+ conference 2023 draws in renowned specialists to deliver engaging presentations and CPD.

Sponsored by key awarding bodies and stakeholders, the conference is an excellent networking opportunity to share best practice.

mE+ is attended by in the region of 150-200 delegates from organisations involved in the delivery of English and maths in both public and private sectors across the region.

mE+ Conference 2023 delivery includes keynotes and workshops from:

  • Catherine Sezen – AoC Senior Policy Manager
  • Emma Bell – CPD Programme Leader for MEI and NCETM Director for Post-16 GCSE/FSQ
  • Jonny Kay – Author, National Education Lead for Create Development.
  • Dr Philida Schellekens – Consultant, Author, Researcher, Inspector and Teacher Trainer for ESOL.
  • Andrew Taylor – AQA Head of Maths Curriculum .
  • Patricia Devlin – NCFE Provider Development Officer (English).
  • Charmaine Phelps – NCFE Provider Development Officer (Maths).
  • Haili Hughes – Author, English, Mentoring, and ITE Expert.
  • Sunil Naphray – Consultant, Practitioner, Writer and Trainer of ETF programmes in English and Maths.
  • Julia Smith – Teacher, Trainer, Author, Maths Expert.
  • Julie Hughes – Pearson Edexcel, English Subject Specialist.
  • Keith Thomas and David Baker – AQA, Curriculum Mangers (English).

For full details of the mE+ Conference 2023 and to book your place, click here

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