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Welcome to Education Conferences UK

Education Conferences UK provides best practice conferences and training aimed at senior leaders, teachers, SENCOs, safeguarding leads and support staff working in early years, primary and secondary education, across maintained, academy and independent schools. With a particular focus on improving pastoral care in schools we also provide cross sector conferences and masterclasses aimed at assuring and supporting the wellbeing of children and young adults.

Coming Up

Latest News

New data on permanent exclusions and suspensions in England
Friday 29 Jul 2022
Government data shows a 13% increase in school suspensions, breach of pandemic measures being cited in nearly 13,000 suspensions.
New Behaviour in Schools guidance released 
Thursday 14 Jul 2022
Supporting schools to improve and maintain high standards of behaviour.
Latest School Attendance Figures at Lowest Level since January. 
Wednesday 13 Jul 2022
Latest attendance figures show a decrease from 89.4% on 23 June to 86.9% on 7 July 2022, the lowest level since January. 
New government consultation on modernising school attendance & admission registers
Monday 20 Jun 2022
New government consultation published on 17 June 2022 on Modernising school attendance and admission registers, and setting national thresholds for legal intervention.
Keeping children safe in education (KCSIE) 2022
Thursday 16 Jun 2022
An outline of the changes introduced by Keeping children safe in education coming into force on 1 September 2022.
Improving school attendance as 1.8M students regularly miss school
Tuesday 14 Jun 2022
Almost 1.8 million kids regularly missed school in the first term of the 2021-22 academic year.
Implementing school system reform in 2022 to 2023
Thursday 26 May 2022
The next steps following the Schools White Paper
Record high number of children treated for Mental Health problems in UK
Tuesday 24 May 2022
The number of children being treated for Mental Health problems in the UK has reached a high of 420,000 children a month, according to the latest statistics.

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