CST and Renaissance are delighted to invite you to a forum we are hosting exclusively for Directors of Education and Improvement in school trusts. Join us for an afternoon of discussion and networking with Leora Cruddas, Chief Executive of CST, Sir David Carter, former National Schools Commissioner, and an influential sector leader. This will be followed by a networking drinks reception and dinner.
The proposition of improving a group of schools is a complex task – improvement needs to be a focus at group level as well as at individual school level. Peter Drucker said: “The crisis of the world is, above all, an institutional crisis demanding institutional innovation.” The opportunity we have now is to secure sector-led innovation driven by school trusts – institutions whose purpose is the advancement of education for the public benefit. Across our group of schools, we can mobilise a collective effort that delivers value to every child, and high-quality education driven by the best evidence that may have seemed impossible 20 years ago.
These highly prestigious events are offered on a first-come, first-served basis to CST members as a member benefit. They are offered to directors of improvement, those responsible for leading improvement across a trust, and executive leaders. There are only 25 places available per event, so early booking is essential. There is no cost for this event. We are very pleased that the Directors of Improvement Forum is fully sponsored by Renaissance Learning.
Renaissance is a CST Platinum Partner and a leading provider of assessment technology to schools and trusts. Renaissance products promote success amongst students of all ages and abilities through personalised assessment and practice in reading and maths. Renaissance software, such as Star Assessments and Accelerated Reader, helps to enhance literacy and numeracy skills, support differentiated instruction, and personalise learning to optimise student development. Immediate feedback and detailed reporting equip teachers with the information needed to monitor progress and measure growth. In the UK and Ireland, almost 6,000 schools and more than 1.5 million students use Renaissance products.