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Herts for Learning

National primary English conference 2022

Last updated on 01 November 2021
18 January 2022

‘That’s me!’ Ensuring diverse representation across the primary English curriculum

Diversity is the theme of the Herts for Learning national primary English conference 2022; specifically focusing on ensuring that all pupils are given adequate opportunities to make a deep connection with reading through enhancing teacher’s commitment to providing books that reflect a wide range of realities.

The conference will feature input from experienced teachers, academics and political campaigners and will ensure that delegates leave with an understanding of how they can work to improve diverse representation through the English curriculum in their schools and classrooms, and why this work matters so much.

The conference will end with a contribution from the younger brother of the younger brother of Stephen Lawrence, The Rt Hon Stuart Lawrence, author, educator and motivational speaker.

Herts for Learning will be making a charitable donation of 5% of all ticket sales to The Stephen Lawrence Foundation to support their work.

To find out more about this exciting conference, including the speakers and workshop programme, and book places, please visit the event’s microsite:

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