NACE provides:

  • an annual programme of conferences
  • most inspirational speakers from education, business and industry
  • workshops and seminars on innovative work of our members
  • conferences that influence national thinking and practice
For the full NACE 2016-17 programme click here.
6th June 2017
Engaging and challenging able foreign language learners - Banbury

A workshop programme for secondary schools addressing provision for able learners of modern foreign languages.
Led by Beatrice Moreau-Gray, NACE Associate.
One day on 6 June and a half day on 3 October 2017 
at North Oxfordshire Academy, Banbury, OX16 0UD.
Who should attend? Teachers of MFL (examples will be in French and Spanish), Heads of Languages, SLEs in MFL
NACE members £265 +vat 
Non members £395 +vat

21st June 2017
NACE national conference: giving talent space - London

NACE's one day national conference, open to teaching colleagues of all phases. 
Supporting schools to meet the challenge of most able learners in the context of challenge for all. Bringing together international experts, policy decision makers and school leaders. 

View the full list of presenters.
View the full list of workshop descriptions.

Who should attend? Senior and middle leaders, A,G&T / MAT co-ordinators, teachers, governors
NACE members £299 +vat or book before 8 April for early bird rate of £269 +vat 
Non-members £399 +vat

Quotes from delegates

"My my what an inspirational day. I found that what my school and students were doing is all right.
This gave me confidence and the workshops were inspiring me to take the next steps which is what
I needed from the conference. Thank you."

"The workshops were full of good practical ideas and resources for use with learners."

"Listening to an inspirational headteacher reminded me of why I am a teacher."

"Newly inspired to drive achievement and challenge for all pupils."

"An excellent day, very stimulating and brilliantly organised." read more here

Cardiff 2014 conference at St David's NACE staff and trustees with Anne Fine

Anne Fine book signing

Delegates working hard in keynote session in Cardiff