KST English Hub Virtual Conference

We are delighted to announce our Virtual Conference being held on the 26th May 2021 featuring key note speakers Farrah Serrouck and Dr Andrew Curran.

All events are free to attend so please do book early to avoid disappointment

Agenda for the day

Workshops to be announced




Incorporating Representative Texts into the Curriculum

Incorporating meaningful texts that represent diversity both with authors and characters into curriculums and using these texts to support and foster a love of reading, ensuring that children are able to see themselves represented.



Participants will have the opportunity to:

1. contemplate the value of books that reflect the realities of our pupils and how this has the potential to shape reader identity;

2. explore the defining features of quality inclusive literature;

3. consider how we meaningfully integrate quality representative literature into our core curriculum provision.



Understand HOW to teach through unpacking HOW children learn

Andrew’s clear and humorous, approach to unpacking the neurobiology underlying successful learning and leading is a refreshing and highly informative change to the dull-as-ditch water scientific approaches that clot the field of education.

English Hub Knowledge Schools Trust

West London Free School Primary

Cambridge Grove

Hammersmith, W6 0LB

0208 741 9967