Recruitment trends

Speakers, panellists and delegates

ITM is delighted to be partnering with IPSEF for the IPSEF Global conference in London on June 27th. 

Keynote Darren Coxon will get things started on generative AI in International Education and award winning architect Harry Hoodless will share a range of options for sustainable school design.

Diane Jacoutot, whose recent research paper from Edvectus looks at recent recruitment trends in teacher recruitment, is a member of the Middle East Panel session.

IPSEF is one of the UK’s  premier networking events for independent UK and international schools. Among the many delegates attending this year are  Gordon Montgomery Head of Partnerships and Outreach at Oundle School and Rob Paler of West Buckland School who have just been named by Muddy Stilletos as a Finalist on their Best Schools awards list for Championing Sustainability.

Bridging the gap

Bridging the gap

Darren Coxon, argues that the use of AI in education is a rational way to make learning more relevant in our classrooms.

Sustainable spectrum

Sustainable spectrum

Harry Hoodless reflects on working with schools to design the right kind of sustanable facilities to suit them.

Recruitment planning

Recruitment planning

Ahead of IPSEF Global 2024, Diane Jacoutot of Edvectus talks about the changing context for international school recruitment.

Climate action

Climate action

Find out how West Buckland School has transformed its strategic planning after a student presentation to the SLT.

Outreach development

Outreach development

Gordon Montgomery, looks at how Oundle School has changed its culture in order to build effective new partnerships.

Why India?

Why India?

Andy Homden sets the enthusiasm in the UK for new partnered international schools in India into context.

 

Feature image by Veliko Karachiviev on Unsplash