Welcome to the new Education Show 2014
A new year means a new start and new challenges.
This is truer than ever for the education sector as all those involved prepare for what 2014 has in store: the growth in the free schools and academies movement, reforms in examinations and Ofsted, as well as the introduction of a new National Curriculum.
For teachers around the country, having a source of ideas, information and advice is crucial. The Education Show 2014 (20-22 March, NEC, Birmingham) has been re-developed to provide exactly this, offering a rich programme of continuing professional development (CPD), inspirational keynote speakers, and leading educational suppliers.
Find Exhibitors & Resources
Get access and information on Education Show exhibitors not just at the show, but throughout the year online. Whatever your establishment type, whether you are a free school, academy, state school or independent, use this site to search for products from leading brand names and new companies.
More than 70 hours of free workshops and seminars will be available to visitors over the three days of the show, each led by sector experts and leading practitioners.
Keynote Speaker - Professor Brian Cox
We are proud to present Professor Brian Cox at the Education show 2014. You will be able to see Brian in two seminars.
His first seminar will be at midday on Thursday 20th March in a seminar titled 'An Interview With Brian Cox: Making Science Accessible And Exciting'.
His second seminar will be at 13.30 - 14.00 in the School Leaders Summit with the same title 'An Interview With Brian Cox: Making Science Accessible And Exciting', just in case you can't get to see the first!
We are expecting these sessions to be busy, so get there early to avoid disappointment!
An Interview with Professor Brian Cox
Very recently, we conducted 'An interview with Professor Brian Cox' which is a really interesting question and answer session on topics including what Professor Brian Cox's passion is, why science is important and what advice he gives to his students.