The National Tutoring Conference presents:
The 11 Plus Conference
1pm – 4pm, Wednesday 1st April 2015
Nutford House, University of London, Brown Street, London W1H 5UL
Bringing together teachers, head teachers, examiners and education industry experts in the area of the 11+ preparation. Providing a platform for discussion and debate in the future of the 11+.
The sciences and humanities – is the 11 Plus too limiting in what it tests and prepares pupils for?
Harry Mount – The Telegraph The Kent 11 Plus test was changed to make it less susceptible to coaching. What happened next?
Peter Read – Kent Advice Fairness of pupil premium priority at lower scores in “tutor-proof” tests or tests that examine innate ability.
Mark Maclaine – Tutorfair When education is reduced to astonishing absurdity.
Dr Chris Ray – Reporting Inspector, Independent Schools Inspectorate and Member of the UK International Education Council Are there advantages to private primary school education for the 11+?
Dee Francken Comment
Philip Alexandre – Touch-type, Read and Spell The full agenda and schedule for the event can be found at www.nationaltutoringconference.co.uk with regular updates posted to Twitter, via the hashtag #11plus]]>