The South of England's Leading Education Event
Wednesday 28th June 2017 (8.30am - 3.30pm)
Hall 5, Farnborough International Exhibition & Conference Centre, Hants
The Southern Education & Academies Show (SEAS 2017) is an innovative new forum for the promotion and development of effective school leadership, management, learning and teaching - combining a high-level conference, inspirational workshops and a comprehensive exhibition of leading suppliers to schools, colleges and academies.
Speakers for June 2017 include...
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Taking place at the prestigious Farnborough International Exhibition & Conference Centre venue in Farnborough, SEAS 2017 will be the largest education-related event in the South of England, attracting 400+ school decision-makers and over 120 exhibitors. The convenient central location will attract visitors from Hampshire, Surrey, Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, West Sussex and South West London schools.
The event is free to attend for Headteachers, Deputy Headteachers, Finance Directors, Bursars, Business Managers, Governors, Local Authority education leaders, PTAs, IT Managers and school leadership teams from the state, academy and private sectors.
Lunch, refreshments and parking are free-of-charge for all attendees!
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High value conference sessions
This exciting event is specifically designed to provide a highly productive and informative day - with a free conference that includes inspirational keynotes and practical workshops on common challenges.
The place for quality education support services
SEAS 2017 is the one-stop-shop for core services to schools and academies in the South. This unique opportunity is specifically designed to provide schools with the ideal platform to meet with key education providers face-to-face.
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