MLP Education Conference 2023

The MLP Education Conference, recently concluded with an unwavering focus on school leadership.  The conference was honoured to host renowned leadership expert, Steve Radcliffe, whose insights left a profound impact on the attendees.


The conference, held on 6th October at Sarum Academy, Salisbury brought together over 500 school leaders, teachers, teaching assistants and support staff from across Salisbury and surrounding areas, aiming to redefine the role of leadership in education.  Steve Radcliffe, an internationally recognised leadership coach and author, delivered a keynote address that was both inspirational and transformational. 


Steve Radcliffe's presentation revolved around the critical components of effective leadership, highlighting the significance of visionary thinking, true engagement and delivery (Steve’s FED model) as well as underlining the importance of fostering collaborative and inclusive environments.  His wealth of experience and pragmatic approach resonated deeply with the conference's diverse audience, motivating them to embrace their roles as educational leaders.


The annual MLP Education Conference provides a unique platform for attendees to engage in meaningful discussions, share best practices and network with peers who are passionate about advancing education through collaboration.  Jonathan Curtis – Director of Education for the Trust said, "We are delighted with the resounding success of this conference.  Steve Radcliffe's insights have reignited our commitment to nurturing exceptional school leaders at all levels who will shape the future of education and we look forward to our continued work in this field."


The conference's success is a testament to the dedication of all staff at Magna Learning Partnership who share a common vision of elevating education through collaboration.


About MLP: Magna Learning Partnership is a leading educational Trust dedicated to improve and further develop the quality of education provision across Salisbury and the surrounding villages for the benefit of all young people in the area, by creating a sustainable education partnership that, through the achievements of its young people, enhances the reputation of education across Salisbury.