Conferences/Exhibitions

Information about conferences and exhibitions in 2011 will be posted here and regularly updated.

21-22nd September: Scottish Learning Festival (Glasgow)
The Scottish Learning Festival, previously known as the Scottish Education and Teaching with Technology (SETT) was launched in 2000 and originally focused on ICT in education. Since then it has evolved and diversified and in 2006 became the all encompassing Scottish Learning Festival (SLF).

25-29th September: Annual Labour Conference (Liverpool)
The annual party conference of the Labour Party.

14-15th October: Special Needs London (London)
Targeting all schools across London and the South East. Special Needs London offers educational suppliers and organisations a unique route to meet their core market market at a key point in the year for school purchasing.

17-19th November: D&T With ICT Education Show (Birmingham)
Teaching professionals from Primary & Secondary Schools, Colleges, Universities, Further Education Colleges, Higher Education Colleges and industry visit to source new equipment, ideas, techniques and to use it as a CPD training aid.

9-10th December: TES Resource Exhibition (Business Design Centre)
TES Education London, the capital’s leading education show, is now in its 4th year and will be re-launched as TES Resources London. They have introduced a whole host of new features – all housed in a new location at a new time of year.

Information about conferences and exhibitions in 2012:

4-7th January 2012: ASE Conference (Association of Science Educators), (University of Liverpool)
The ASE Annual conference is a major science education CPD event for all those involved in science education.

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