18 Jun 2019 - 18 Jun 2019
Supporting overseas boarders
June 18, 2019
Why should you attend?
This workshop will enable delegates to better understand the needs of overseas boarders in their care and thereby develop their provision and support to best effect. Delegates will leave with a set of tools to help their overseas boarders and an increased understanding of the needs of this ever-increasing section of our boarding community.
- Boarding and academic issues
- Delegate issues and concerns around supporting overseas boarders
- Case studies
- Sharing best practice.
10 – 10:30 Tea/Coffee on arrival
10:30 Introduction and raising issues/concerns
10:50 Boarding and academic issues
11:45 Boarding and academic issues continued
13:30 Case studies and feedback
14:45 Sharing good practice, plenary and questions
Seminar presenter: Phil Hardaker
Phil is an experienced consultant who has spent all his life working with international students. He has taught a variety of subjects, been a Housemaster, House Tutor, Principal, Vice-Principal and Director of Studies, as well as providing INSET training for the BSA for over 15 years. Phil has also provided bespoke INSET for a wide variety of schools.
Phil is co-author of Truly World Class and he has written articles for several journals. His INSET training sessions have been reported on in both The Times and The Telegraph. He has also been heavily and successfully involved in schools marketing across the globe for nearly 20 years.
Venue: The Mount School, Dalton Terrace, York. YO24 4DD
Cost: Member £210 / Non-member £260