Tablets for Schools Event–9th Dec 2013–Book now !

t4slogo12[1]Here is another great opportunity to find out more about the use of Tablet Technology in Schools.

We would like to invite you to the first

Tablets for Schools Conference 2013 on

Monday 9th December at the QEII Centre,

Westminster, London.

(I will be there, with Touchdevelop and Kodu Touch Smile)

You can find more information at

The conference is the largest conference of its kind, by schools, for schools. The following secondary schools have already successfully embedded 1:1 tablet schemes and will be delivering practical workshops on using tablets to support teaching and learning:

● Hove Park School image

● Longfield Academy

● Chiswick School

● Honywood School

● Greenford High School

● St. Michael’s CE High School

● The Westminster School

● Writhlington School

● Lion Academy Trust

● Cramlington Learning Village.

This conference will provide over 400 head teachers, senior leaders and decision makers with practical experience of tablet use in schools through interactive workshops and seminars, held by some of the schools involved in our research. Key themes include pedagogy, curriculum design, training, IT infrastructure and finance. More information on the agenda and workshops can be found here.

The conference is the largest independent networking event of its type for school leaders looking to use tablets within the curriculum.

Hosted by... image

Conservative MP, Andrew Percy - an ex-teacher with a passionate interest in the future of education and how technology can drive improve this.


Delegates will receive a concierge service who to provide support in answering questions relating to the workshops, themes of the day and exhibitors.

There are only 400 tickets available and you can get your tickets here. All proceeds from the conference will be reinvested into the next stages of research.

Microsoft will be supporting the conference, and we look forward to seeing you there.

Book your place now

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