SSE Conference 2020



The SSE Conference 2020 is now live for bookings and will be taking place on Thursday 26th March 2020 at Dillington House in Ilminster. Next year’s conference theme and focus will be on ‘Quality education through a connected and extended curriculum.’

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Come and join Support Services for Education for their 2020 conference: ‘Quality Education through a connected and extended curriculum'.

The all-day event will take place at Dillington House, Ilminster on Thursday 26 March 2020 and will include 15 workshops. Click here to view the full agenda.


The packed day will be full of workshops and sessions led by our support services and event partners, a chance to browse a wide range of exhibition stands, and opportunities to network with colleagues from across Somerset and beyond.


We are delighted to announce the following Keynote Speakers will be attending the conference:

Jimmy Rotheram - Music Teacher at Feversham Primary Academy.

Following the recent buzz in the press, we are delighted that Jimmy will be joining us to speak about his approach to Music lessons which turned his school around. Read more at: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/stories-45483930

Roy Leighton - Education Innovator, Associate of Independent Thinking Ltd

Roy is a highly creative educational innovator stretching schools, school leaders and classroom teachers to redefine what we mean by teaching, learning and leadership in the 21st century. Through his work with young people and their teachers in schools, especially a number with whom he is working on an ongoing basis, Roy is showing that a more considered and challenging approach to the curriculum and to personal and professional development can show benefits that stretch beyond exam results and inspection judgements.​


For more information and to book a place, please visit www.supportservicesforeducation.co.uk/conference2020


Contact Details

​SSE@somerset.gov.uk or 0300 123 7365

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