Ofsted Conference: 8th October 2019, London
CIF Workshop: 5th November 2019, London
Established Principals Symposium: session 1: 18th November 2019 session 2: 25th February 2020, London
Curriculum Conference: 28th November 2019, Birmingham
Winter Conference & AGM: 15th January 2020, London
Clerks Conference: 29th January 2020, venue TBC
Academy Workshop: 11th February 2020, venue TBC
Data Conference: 27th March 2020, venue TBC - Middle Leaders
Funding and Finance Conference: 12th March 2020, venue TBC
Summer Conference and Annual Awards Dinner: 17th - 18th June 2020, Nottingham
SFCA National Arts Exhibition: date TBC, Alexandra Palace
Leadership Development programme: 15th & 16th October 2019, 4th and 5th December 2019, 4th & 5th February 2020, 13rd & 14th May 2020, 1st & 2nd July 2020
HR/Employment law: seminar 1: TBC seminar 2: TBC, seminar 3: TBC, seminar 4: TBC
If your organisation is interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at an SFCA event, please contact Jonathan Isaacs - firstname.lastname@example.org 020 3824 0468
SFCA will be working with Arcadis, leading global Design & Consultancy firm for natural and built assets, to provide guidance on the best strategy when applying for the Condition Improvement Fund.
These two one-day events will bring together experienced principals in sixth form colleges across the country. Delegates will have the chance to engage in reflection, share ideas, challenges and solutions, and refresh their thinking about the theories of leadership and their application.
The annual Curriculum conference will blend expert keynote speakers and opportunities to hear from colleges in a rondevaal format. This one-day conference is suitable for principals, senior leaders and all those with responsibility for the curriculum.
Members of SFCA are invited to engage in the Annual General Meeting of their Association, as part of the Winter Conference. The usual array of policy-makers and influential thinkers will be sharing their expertise and insights, and there will be opportunities to discuss the key topics of the day with fellow college leaders and governors.
A one-day workshop for academy leaders to share experiences, ideas, problems, solutions and resources with each other and to develop a network that can sustain them on the journey ahead.
This is the sector’s premier annual event, at which key figures in education will share their insights; exceptional practitioners will showcase their initiatives; the collective bargaining position will be established; the annual awards will be made; and extensive opportunities for professional and social networking will be enjoyed.
Following the huge success of the first SFCA National Arts Exhibition: Cloud Land, with the support of Haringey Sixth Form College and Haringey Council, we are delighted to announce the launch of the next 2020 exhibition: Concrete Experience.