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Outstanding Schools Europe 2023 Agenda

  • Tuesday 28th February, Day 1: Leadership and Workforce
  • Tuesday 28th February, Day 1: Wellbeing and Inclusion
  • Wednesday 1st March, Day 2: EdTech and Management
  • Wednesday 1st March, Day 2: Teaching and Learning
Please note that all agenda timings are in GMT (Greenwich Mean Time)
9:00 am
Conference Registration
9:30 am
Chair’s Welcome and Opening Address

The Chair will welcome delegates to the first day of the conference, which will focus on two interrelated themes: Leadership and Workforce and Wellbeing and Inclusion. 

Anita Gleave
Anita Gleave
Founder and CEO
Chatsworth Schools
Confirmed
9:55 am
Keynote Presentation: Pause > Reset > Play: Reimagining Education 2023 - Views through a different lens

Global radical transformation in education is possible and it starts with the belief that everyone has the potential to learn. It also starts with brave leadership.

 

Answering the questions that globalisation, technology, and of course COVID-19 have asked of education systems around the world requires building on what we know works, but also looking ahead to what we anticipate children will need. Both COVID-19 and a revolution in EdTech specifically have upended schooling around the world. The pace has been frenzied and urgency has overtaken strategy as remote learning, planning how to reopen schools, and supporting children academically and emotionally took centre stage. Now, if we are not careful, we are part of a clamour to go back to the future of 2020. There has been little room for deeper reflection.

 

Yet, there are possible silver, even golden linings on the horizon, and it is important to sit back and think long and hard, and longer-term, to create a better education for every child. This thought-process starts with some old but key questions: What are we trying to achieve? Who for? And who by? How? Why? And who will lead us there?

 

In his keynote address, Dr Graus will explore a number of contributory aspects, from brave leadership to the question “Who is the teacher?”; from technology to equity and equality; from education versus schooling to “More than a school”; and if every child is everyone’s responsibility. The aim: to find some answers. Is it easy? No. Is it worth it? Absolutely!

Professor Dr Ger Graus OBE
Professor Dr Ger Graus OBE
Global Education Adviser; Board Director; Advisory Board Chair & Member; Keynote Speaker
Dr Ger Graus OBE Consulting Ltd
Confirmed
10:40 am
Becoming A Totally Inclusive School
Angeline Aow
Angeline Aow
International Advisor; Curriculum Coordinator
CIS (Council of International Schools); Berlin International School, Germany
Confirmed
11:00 am
Keynote Presentation: The Future of Leadership in the International Schools Sector
  • What is the future of the international education sector in Europe? 
  • How can international school leaders and senior leadership teams adapt to respond to and meet the needs of a rapidly evolving market? 
  • Instituting change and inspiring innovation within your school. 
Dr Conrad Hughes
Dr Conrad Hughes
Campus & Secondary Principal
International School of Geneva, La Grande Boissière Campus
Confirmed
11:45 am
Morning Networking Break
12:15 pm
Leadership and Workforce Roundtable Sessions

Delegates are invited to attend one of the below interactive roundtable discussions in the Leadership and Workforce stream. Please note that these roundtable sessions will take place concurrently and at the same time as the roundtable sessions in the Wellbeing and Inclusion stream.  

Roundtable 1: Tailoring Approaches to Educator Performance Management
  • What is the current research surrounding effective staff appraisals, and how can school leadership teams implement evidence-based performance management strategies?  
  • The importance of using middle leaders when setting whole school key performance indicators and for appraising educators’ progress. 
  • Developing a more collaborative and self-reflexive process whereby staff take on greater ownership of their development so that they can meet their career goals.
Roundtable 2: Attracting the Best: Recruiting and Retaining Outstanding Talent
  • Current recruitment trends in European international schools: what are the motivations underpinning educators’ career choices?  
  • How can European international schools attract the best talent in an increasingly competitive market? 
  • How will the ongoing impact of Brexit impact European schools’ hiring practices in 2023 and beyond? 
  • The importance of ongoing CPD opportunities to retain leading talent. 
  • What should schools do to ensure that they employ equitable hiring practices that provide equal opportunities for all? 
1:15 pm
Lunch Break
2:15 pm
Panel Discussion: Breaking Down Barriers – Women in Leadership at European International Schools
  • What barriers to leadership in international schools most commonly impact individuals who identify as women? 
  • What additional, intersectional challenges preclude some women from advancing to senior leadership positions in European international schools? What can be done to disrupt and dismantle the systems and structures that support this? 
  • How can those already in leadership positions empower and successfully advocate for women seeking leadership positions? 
  • The importance of establishing both formal and informal networks to ensure an equitable future for individuals who identify as women in the European international schools sector. 
Tor Del Federico
Tor Del Federico
Principal
Southlands British International School, Italy
Confirmed
Shireen Ali-Khan
Shireen Ali-Khan
Assistant Principal
International School of Geneva, La Grande Boissière Campus
Confirmed
Nancy Lhoest-Squicciarini
Nancy Lhoest-Squicciarini
Lead Facilitator; Network Leader
ECIS (Educational Collaborative for International Schools); WomenEd Luxembourg
Confirmed
3:00 pm
Presentation – Developing a Culture of Coaching and Mentoring Within Your School
  • How can schools develop a culture of coaching and mentoring to create a more effective teaching workforce? 
  • The importance of coaching and mentoring for the development of both pedagogical and soft skills. 
  • The interrelation between coaching, mentoring and succession planning. 
  • Shifting from a managerial hierarchy to a collaborative culture. 
Dr David Porritt
Dr David Porritt
Principal
Budapest British International School
Confirmed
3:30 pm
Presentation: Implementing Effective Practices to Improve School Leaders’ Social and Emotional Wellbeing
  • How can schools develop a holistic, whole-school approach to wellbeing that encompasses the needs of both students, educators and school leaders? 
  • What provisions ought to be put in place to safeguard the mental health of senior leadership teams? 
  • Establishing an organisational culture of trust and delegation to safeguard the wellbeing of senior leadership teams. 
  • Strategies to help reduce stress and staff burnout. 
Sinéad Mc Brearty
Sinéad Mc Brearty
Chief Executive Officer
Education Support
Confirmed
4:00 pm
Afternoon Networking Break
4:30 pm
Keynote Lightning Talks: Maintaining International Mindedness and Leading with Magnanimity in Periods of Geo-Political Crisis

This session will consist of two 15-minute presentations followed by a 30-minute summary panel discussion, and moderated live delegate Q&A. 

Hear insights from two international school leaders with direct experience of working in the context of complex, irresolute conflicts about the role that international schools can play in responding to geopolitical crises in and beyond Europe. 

Efrat Meyer
Efrat Meyer
High School Principal
Max Rayne Hand in Hand Jerusalem School
Confirmed
Yuliya Kosko
Yuliya Kosko
Founder and Director
Svitlo Education
Confirmed
5:15 pm
Close of Conference
Anita Gleave
Anita Gleave
Founder and CEO
Chatsworth Schools
Confirmed
Please note that all agenda timings are in GMT (Greenwich Mean Time)
9:00 am
Conference Registration
9:30 am
Chair’s Welcome and Opening Address

The Chair will welcome delegates to the first day of the conference, which will focus on two interrelated themes: Leadership and Workforce and Wellbeing and Inclusion. 

Anita Gleave
Anita Gleave
Founder and CEO
Chatsworth Schools
Confirmed
9:55 am
Keynote Presentation: Pause > Reset > Play: Reimagining Education 2023 - Views through a different lens
  • Global radical transformation in education is possible and it starts with the belief that everyone has the potential to learn. It also starts with brave leadership.

     

    Answering the questions that globalisation, technology, and of course COVID-19 have asked of education systems around the world requires building on what we know works, but also looking ahead to what we anticipate children will need. Both COVID-19 and a revolution in EdTech specifically have upended schooling around the world. The pace has been frenzied and urgency has overtaken strategy as remote learning, planning how to reopen schools, and supporting children academically and emotionally took centre stage. Now, if we are not careful, we are part of a clamour to go back to the future of 2020. There has been little room for deeper reflection.

     

    Yet, there are possible silver, even golden linings on the horizon, and it is important to sit back and think long and hard, and longer-term, to create a better education for every child. This thought-process starts with some old but key questions: What are we trying to achieve? Who for? And who by? How? Why? And who will lead us there?

     

    In his keynote address, Dr Graus will explore a number of contributory aspects, from brave leadership to the question “Who is the teacher?”; from technology to equity and equality; from education versus schooling to “More than a school”; and if every child is everyone’s responsibility. The aim: to find some answers. Is it easy? No. Is it worth it? Absolutely!

Professor Dr Ger Graus OBE
Professor Dr Ger Graus OBE
Global Education Adviser; Board Director; Advisory Board Chair & Member; Keynote Speaker
Dr Ger Graus OBE Consulting Ltd
Confirmed
10:40 am
Becoming A Totally Inclusive School
Angeline Aow
Angeline Aow
International Advisor; Curriculum Coordinator
CIS (Council of International Schools); Berlin International School, Germany
Confirmed
11:00 am
Keynote Presentation: The Future of Leadership in the International Schools Sector
  • What is the future of the international education sector in Europe? 
  • How can international school leaders and senior leadership teams adapt to respond to and meet the needs of a rapidly evolving market? 
  • Instituting change and inspiring innovation within your school. 
Dr Conrad Hughes
Dr Conrad Hughes
Campus & Secondary Principal
International School of Geneva, La Grande Boissière Campus
Confirmed
11:45 am
Morning Networking Break
12:15 am
Wellbeing and Inclusion Roundtable Sessions

Delegates are invited to attend one of the below interactive roundtable discussions in the Wellbeing and Inclusion stream. Please note that these roundtable sessions will take place concurrently and at the same time as the roundtable sessions in the Leadership and Workforce Stream stream.  

Roundtable 1: Beyond Pedagogy – Harnessing Progressive Technology for Wellbeing
  • Thinking beyond its pedagogical potential, how can educators harness technology to enhance wellness and tackle mental ill health within their school? 
  • Challenging misconceptions and fears regarding technology and students’ mindfulness and wellbeing. 
  • How can schools support SEND and neurodiverse students through technology? 
Roundtable 2: Proactive, Whole School Community Safeguarding Initiatives
  • Are there lessons to be learned from the Covid years with regards to safeguarding? What best practices should schools be instituting going forward?  
  • Establishing safeguarding awareness throughout the entire school community so that everyone – including students, staff and caregivers – are aware of initiatives within your school. 
  • Digital safeguarding: empowering students so that they are aware of how best to protect themselves online. 
  • Establishing effective home-school partnerships to improve the effectiveness of whole-school safeguarding initiatives. 
1:15 pm
Lunch Break
2:15 pm
Panel Discussion: Maintaining Momentum: How Can European International Schools Create, Sustain and Measure Whole School Approaches to Inclusion?
  • Transitioning from awareness to actions: how can international schools create concrete actions that support their long-term DEIJ vision?  
  • The interconnectedness of DEIJ initiatives and how to create an inclusive strategy that safeguards the wellbeing of the entire school community.  
  • Establishing buy-in from leaders and governors to ensure the long-term success of inclusion and wellbeing initiatives.   
  • Beyond short-term ROI and KPIs: strategies for successful and sustainable approaches to DEIJ and developing key performance indicators to determine the success of DEIJ initiatives. 
Sherri Spelic
Sherri Spelic
Founder and Author; Physical Education Specialist
Bending the Arc: A Social Justice Newsletter; The American International School Vienna
Confirmed
Nunana Nyomi
Nunana Nyomi
University Advisor and DEIJ Coordinator
Leysin American School, Switzerland
Invited
Katrina Daniels-Samasa
Katrina Daniels-Samasa
Education/DEI Consultant; Founder
Involution Solutions; Black Americans Living Abroad
Confirmed
3:00 pm
Presentation: How European International Schools Can Better Support and Affirm LGBTQ+ Students
  • How to create safe spaces to educate both teachers and contingent staff so that they can better support LGBTQ+ members of the school community. 
  • Establishing visible, institution-wide affirmations and commitments to equity, rights and protections for individuals who identify as LGBTQ+. 
  • How can international schools best support their transgender and non-binary students? 
  • How can leaders be empowered and supported to ensure that they do work responsibly? 
Kristina Pennell-Götze
Kristina Pennell-Götze
IB MYP Drama & English Teacher; Co-Creator
Berlin Brandenburg International School (BBIS); 'The Coming Out Monologues' Podcast
Invited
3:30 pm
Presentation: Tackling the Wellbeing Crisis – Championing Children’s Social and Emotional Wellbeing Post-Pandemic
  • Building resilience and instilling emotional, social, and psychological wellness within students. 
  • Engaging with children’s behavioural challenges through empathetic and trauma-informed practices. 
Rhiannon Phillips-Bianco
Rhiannon Phillips-Bianco
Leader of Wellbeing and Positive Education; Year 6 Class Teacher
Southlands International School, Rome
Confirmed
4:00 pm
Afternoon Networking Break
4:30 pm
Keynote Lightning Talks: Maintaining International Mindedness and Leading with Magnanimity in Periods of Geo-Political Crisis

This session will consist of two 15-minute presentations followed by a 30-minute summary panel discussion, and moderated live delegate Q&A. 

Hear insights from two international school leaders with direct experience of working in the context of complex, irresolute conflicts about the role that international schools can play in responding to geopolitical crises in and beyond Europe. 

Efrat Meyer
Efrat Meyer
High School Principal
Max Rayne Hand in Hand Jerusalem School
Confirmed
Yuliya Kosko
Yuliya Kosko
Founder and Director
Svitlo Education
Confirmed
5:15 pm
Conference Closing Remarks
Anita Gleave
Anita Gleave
Founder and CEO
Chatsworth Schools
Confirmed
Please note that all agenda timings are in GMT (Greenwich Mean Time)
9:00 am
Conference Registration
9:30 am
Chair’s Welcome and Opening Address

The Chair will welcome delegates to the second day of the conference, which will focus on two interrelated themes: EdTech and Management and Teaching and Learning. 

Nicola Lambros
Nicola Lambros
European Director of Education
Cognita Schools
Confirmed
9:55 am
Keynote Presentation: Alternative Pedagogies – Rethinking Education for the Twenty-First Century
  • What alternative pedagogies are available and how can European international schools employ them? 
  • Re-evaluating and disrupting educational norms to better equip students with twenty-first century competencies. 
  • How can schools be truly innovative with regards to their assessment practices? Indeed, should there be formalised assessment at all going forward? 
  • How can schools looking to innovate their curriculum and structure get buy-in from key stakeholders to ensure meaningful, long-term operational changes? 
Richard Gerver
Richard Gerver
Award-Winning Speaker, Bestselling Author and World-Renowned Thinker
Confirmed
10:40 am
Sponsored Presentation
11:00 am
Keynote Panel Discussion: The Business of Schools – How Can European International Schools Adapt to Meet the Needs of an Evolving Market?
  • As international schools in Europe progressively cater to a growing local population, rather than their traditional expatriate market, how should they adapt to their pedagogy and provision?  
  • What is the purpose of international schools, and what does it mean to be internationally minded, in an increasingly ‘glocal’ market? 
  • Understanding your USP: how can schools develop and communicate their identity and values to attract and retain staff and students? 
  • How can international schools and school groups capitalise on the recent growth of the market in Europe? 
Nicola Lambros
Nicola Lambros
European Director of Education
Cognita Schools
Confirmed
Kam Chohan
Kam Chohan
Executive Director
ECIS (Educational Collaborative for International Schools)
Confirmed
Rob Ford
Rob Ford
Director
Heritage International School, Moldova
Confirmed
Anita Gleave
Anita Gleave
Founder and CEO
Chatsworth Schools
Confirmed
11:45 am
Morning Networking Break
12:15 pm
EdTech and Management Roundtable Sessions

Delegates are invited to attend one of the below interactive roundtable discussions in the EdTech and Management stream. Please note that these roundtable sessions will take place concurrently and at the same time as the roundtable sessions in the Teaching and Learning stream.

Roundtable 1: Understanding Your USP: Individuating Your School in an Increasingly Saturated Market
  • As the European international schools market becomes more competitive, all schools will have to contend with the challenge of attracting and retaining students and staff at their institutions. 
  • How can you identify and clearly articulate your school’s ethos and USP? 
  • What marketing activities should your school be utilizing to reach and engage prospective parents and teachers? 
  • Discover best practice guidance for professionalising your school’s offering. 
Roundtable 2: Developing the Digital Citizens of the Future
  • Best practice guidance for educating children and caregivers about digital etiquette to develop well-rounded digital citizens. 
  • Challenging, addressing, and reducing bullying behaviour online in your school community. 
  • Equipping children with twenty-first century competencies and strategies to ensure that they thrive in an increasingly technology-oriented world.   
  • What opportunities do the Metaverse, Extended Reality and AI offer for educators? 
1:15 pm
Lunch Break
2:15 pm
Panel Discussion: Beyond a Bolt-On: How Can School Leaders Combat EdTech Fatigue and Create a Whole-School EdTech Strategy to Enhance Learning Outcomes?
  • How can traditional pedagogy be enhanced by digital technologies, and how can these be merged? 
  • Embedding educational technology into unit planning. 
  • How can schools structure spaces within classrooms to integrate EdTech in a more optimal way that facilitates learning? 
  • How can AI and other evolving digital technologies allow for more individualised student assessment?  
  • How can international schools ensure that their management integration systems do not contribute to systemic issues because of embedded biases?
Alyssa Ballard
Alyssa Ballard
Principal for Digital Teaching and Learning Development; Apple Teacher, Google Certified Educator (Levels 1 and 2)
ACS International School Hillingdon
Confirmed
Luke Walduck
Luke Walduck
School Development Manager
ISC Research
Confirmed
Dr. Agnė Diana Liubertaitė
Dr. Agnė Diana Liubertaitė
Head of Education Development and Innovative Education Projects & Methods
Vilniaus Private Gymnasium, Lithuania
Confirmed
3:00 pm
Presentation: Change Management and Successfully Rationalising Your EdTech
  • Educational technology is becoming unmanageable in many schools. Add to that the pressures of new data protection legislations and cyber threat, and school leaders are looking to regain control.  
  • Learn how to create a clear, whole school strategy for your school’s Edtech and sell that vision to parents and teachers to ensure change happens successfully.  
  • Ensure that your systems are providing value for money and improving outcomes.  
Glaucia Rosas
Glaucia Rosas
Co-Founder and Director
The EduTec Alliance
Confirmed
James Wilkinson
James Wilkinson
Co-Founder and Director
The EduTec Alliance
Confirmed
3:30 pm
Case Study Presentation: Leveraging Data to Maximise School Outcomes
  • Schools are awash with data, yet they often struggle to know how best to manage and utilise this data to improve outcomes. 
  • How can data be used to enhance teacher instruction and student learning? 
  • The potential of diachronic data to provide insights about students’ progress and to personalise learning experiences. 
  • How can schools clearly communicate data analysis to key stakeholders in the school community, especially those who are not data literate? 
Daniel Kerr
Daniel Kerr
Lower School Director; NAESP (National Association of Elementary School Principals) National Distinguished Principal 2021
American School of Paris
Confirmed
4:00 pm
Afternoon Networking Break
4:30 pm
Keynote Presentation: There is No Plan(et) B – Championing Sustainability and Environmental Education
  • What should the role of European international schools be with regards to the global sustainability agenda? 
  • How can schools equip students with the skills to survive and respond to a rapidly worsening climate catastrophe? 
  • Campus transformation: rethinking learning spaces to provide truly sustainable expeiential learning environments. 
  • How can school leaders meaningfully embed sustainability in their school’s values and strategic goals? 
5:15 pm
Close of Conference
Nicola Lambros
Nicola Lambros
European Director of Education
Cognita Schools
Confirmed
Please note that all agenda timings are in GMT (Greenwich Mean Time)
9:00 am
Conference Registration
9:30 am
Chair’s Welcome and Opening Address

The Chair will welcome delegates to the second day of the conference, which will focus on two interrelated themes: EdTech and Management and Teaching and Learning.

Nicola Lambros
Nicola Lambros
European Director of Education
Cognita Schools
Confirmed
9:55 am
Keynote Presentation: Alternative Pedagogies – Rethinking Education for the Twenty-First Century
  • What alternative pedagogies are available and how can European international schools employ them? 
  • Re-evaluating and disrupting educational norms to better equip students with twenty-first century competencies. 
  • How can schools be truly innovative with regards to their assessment practices? Indeed, should there be formalised assessment at all going forward? 
  • How can schools looking to innovate their curriculum and structure get buy-in from key stakeholders to ensure meaningful, long-term operational changes? 
Richard Gerver
Richard Gerver
Award-Winning Speaker, Bestselling Author and World-Renowned Thinker
Confirmed
10:40 am
Sponsored Presentation
11:00 am
Keynote Panel Discussion: The Business of Schools – How Can European International Schools Adapt to Meet the Needs of an Evolving Market?
  • As international schools in Europe progressively cater to a growing local population, rather than their traditional expatriate market, how should they adapt to their pedagogy and provision?  
  • What is the purpose of international schools, and what does it mean to be internationally minded, in an increasingly ‘glocal’ market? 
  • Understanding your USP: how can schools develop and communicate their identity and values to attract and retain staff and students? 
  • The business case for DEIJ: how can schools embed their long-term DEIJ vision and measure its success? 
  • What responsibility do European international schools have with respect to global sustainability goals? 
Nicola Lambros
Nicola Lambros
European Director of Education
Cognita Schools
Confirmed
Kam Chohan
Kam Chohan
Executive Director
ECIS (Educational Collaborative for International Schools)
Confirmed
Rob Ford
Rob Ford
Director
Heritage International School, Moldova
Confirmed
Anita Gleave
Anita Gleave
Founder and CEO
Chatsworth Schools
Confirmed
11:45 am
Morning Networking Break
12:15 pm
Teaching and Learning Roundtable Discussions

Delegates are invited to attend one of the below interactive roundtable discussions in the Teaching and Learning stream. Please note that these roundtable sessions will take place concurrently and at the same time as the roundtable sessions in the EdTech and Management stream. 

Roundtable 1: High Impact Teaching Strategies: Differentiation Techniques to Stretch and Challenge All Learners
  • What best practice strategies should teachers be employing to ensure that they are challenging and scaffolding all learners? 
  • The importance of evidence-based assessment practices and how assessment can feed into effective challenge to ensure that students meet their maximum potential. 
  • How can facilitating student agency and allowing children to take ownership of their learning aid differentiated teaching?
Roundtable 2: EAL Practices in the Classroom to Benefit All Learners
  • What strategies and techniques should educators employ to benefit home language, bilingual, multilingual and EAL learners? 
  • How can a whole school approach to EAL improve learning outcomes for all? 
1:15 pm
Lunch Break
2:15 pm
Panel Discussion: Voice and Choice – How Can Student Agency and Education Co-design Benefit Long-Term Student Outcomes?
  • The importance of self-regulated learning and student agency for developing both academic and soft skills. 
  • How can international schools best foster student’s critical thinking, curiosity and creativity through a child-centred approach to learning? 
  • How can European international schools furnish all children with the skills required to thrive beyond academics and tertiary education? How can student co-collaboration help to achieve this end? 
Paul Magnuson
Paul Magnuson
Director of Research and Professional Development
Leysin American School and Copperfield International School, Switzerland
Confirmed
Lindsay Mackenzie-Wright
Lindsay Mackenzie-Wright
Deputy Director of Wellbeing
International School of Monaco
Invited
3:00 pm
Case Study Presentation: The Benefits of Evidence-Based Assessment Practices
  • How can international schools develop and implement a methodology for whole-school evidence-based assessment practices? 
  • Establishing buy-in from all key stakeholders when instituting new assessment strategies within your school. 
  • How can evidence-based assessment improve student outcomes, build greater resilience within students, and manage both parent and students’ expectations regarding individual outcomes and future pathways. 
Alex Green
Alex Green
Deputy Headteacher
The British School of Milan, Italy
Confirmed
3:30 pm
Presentation: The Power of Polyphony: Best Practices for Establishing and Sustaining Multilingual Teaching and Learning Cultures
  • Beyond bilingualism: the benefits of instituting multilingual teaching and learning within your school. 
  • The business case for multilingualism: what are the financial implications of establishing multilingual teaching and learning environments? How feasible is it for an international school to become truly multilingual? 
  • How can multilingualism and translanguaging prepare students for the future of work? 
  • The importance of establishing and sustaining a multilingual culture that prioritises students’ home languages as well as the traditional educational languages commonly used in European schools. 
  • How multilingual international schools can provide additional support for neurodiverse and SEND students.
Eowyn Crisfield
Eowyn Crisfield
Senior Lecturer in TESOL; Director
Oxford Brookes University; Crisfield Educational Consulting
Confirmed
Dr Lorna Caputo-Greenall
Dr Lorna Caputo-Greenall
First Language Coordinator and Head of the Multilingual Academy
International School of Zug and Luzern, Switzerland
Confirmed
4:00 pm
Afternoon Networking Break
4:30 pm
Keynote Presentation: There is No Plan(et) B – Championing Sustainability and Environmental Education
  • What should the role of European international schools be with regards to the global sustainability agenda? 
  • How can schools equip students with the skills to survive and respond to a rapidly worsening climate catastrophe? 
  • Campus transformation: rethinking learning spaces to provide truly sustainable experiential learning environments. 
  • How can school leaders meaningfully embed sustainability in their school’s values and strategic goals?
5:15 pm
Close of Conference
Nicola Lambros
Nicola Lambros
European Director of Education
Cognita Schools
Confirmed