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The King’s Hospital School will host an all-Ireland education conference – The Assembly 2019 – on September 20th, at our campus in Palmerstown, Dublin.
The day-long conference, focusing on a wide range of topics from innovative teaching methods to children’s mental health, will consist of a series of presentations and workshops.
Keynote speakers will include:
• Psychologist Dr Aric Sigman – well known internationally for his lectures and papers on managing screen time and preventing mental health problems in children.
• Author Natasha Devon – delivers talks and conducts extensive research on mental health, body image, gender and social equality
• Chatta co-founder Chris Williams – education innovator whose evidence-informed teaching approach uses digital technology to link experiences with language and memory
• QuayFive founder and chief executive Kirsty Bashforth – helps corporate teams to improve performance through focusing on their culture. Her book, Culture Shift, is due out in July
Registration and breakfast: 8.30am. Conference: 9am-4.30pm. Registration fee: €100 – which covers course material, light breakfast, lunch and refreshments. Tickets limited to 120 delegates.