The VNET Curriculum Conference is being held today at the King’s Centre in Norwich starting at 8:45am through to a close at 4pm.

You can follow the event on Twitter via @vnetcic and #vnetconf throughout the day.

Our lineup of speakers includes:

Professor Daniel Muijs – Head of Research, Ofsted – discussing the research behind the new Ofsted Framework which was published in draft this week, and taking questions about the changes ahead

Dame Alison Peacock – CEO, Chartered College of Teaching – discussing the role of evidence informed practice in the curriculum, as well as making a great offer for VNET Member Schools

Robert Campbell – Founder Member, Headteacher’s Roundtable & CEO, Morris Education Trust – discussing the role of leaders in curriculum change and Liminal Leadership

David Mitchell – @DeputyMitchell on Twitter & Founder, Quadblogging – discussing technology’s impact on standards and the curriculum as well as his current work around the country

John Baumber – Director of Education, Kunskapsskolan UK & USA – discussing how schools can develop a curriculum and pedagogical approach that promotes student agency

Daniel Sobel – CEO, Inclusion Expert – discussing the lessons learned about an inclusive curriculum from over 1500 schools nationally

Plus, there will be a raft of our own VNET Members and Associates giving us an insight into their work right here in Norfolk.

It promises to be an amazing day, so follow events on Twitter, or check back for a summary of the day here later.